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Pakistan’s army chief visits Garrison Quarantine Facility for COVID-19 in Quetta.

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Pakistan army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa visits Garrison Quarantine Facility for COVID-19 and interacts with troops busy in COVID relief activities in Quetta.

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SHOTLIST: QUETTA, PAKISTAN (May 13, 2020) (MUTE) (INTER SERVICES PUBLIC RELATIONS {ISPR} – ACCESS ALL)

  1. PAKISTAN’S ARMY CHIEF GENERAL QAMAR JAVED BAJWA, WEARING FACE MASK SITTING
  2. ARMY OFFICER GIVING BRIEFING
  3. BAJWA, OTHER OFFICIALS SITTING
  4. VARIOUS OF OFFICIALS SITTING
  5. VARIOUS OF BAJWA BEING BRIEFED REGARDING RELIEF EFFORTS
  6. BAJWA ADDRESSING
  7. VARIOUS OF TROOPS, WEARING MASKS, STANDING
  8. BAJWA ADDRESSING
  9. VARIOUS OF TROOPS
 

STORY: Pakistan army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Garrison Quarantine Facility for COVID-19 and interacted with troops busy in COVID relief activities in Quetta on Wednesday (May 13), a statement from army’s media wing said.

He was apprised about the formation’s assistance to civil administration in fighting the pandemic and continued measures for socio-economic uplift of the area.

During visit to Garrison Quarantine Facility, Bajwa appreciated the formation for arrangements and facilities established as per health SOPs and guidelines.

While interacting with officers and men, the army chief lauded their dedication and professionalism.

He said that Balochistan is future of Pakistan and it is our duty to fully assist its government and the people towards a peaceful and prosperous Balochistan. He directed all commanders to reach out to people in far flung areas of Balochistan to help mitigate challenges faced by masses due to COVID.

During the visit, the army chief attended briefing at Headquarters (HQ) Southern Command, he was briefed in detail on security situation, operational preparedness of the formation and border management including fencing along Pak-Afghan and Pak-Iran Borders.

Earlier, On arrival at Quetta, the army chief was received by Commander Southern Command Lieutenant General Muhammad Waseem Ashraf.

Pakistan’s impoverished Balochistan province has 2158 confirmed cases of COVID-19 of total cases in the country 34,336.

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