Army chief vows to make Karachi terror free

General Raheel Sharif chairs security review meeting during his visit to Karachi Corps Headquarters

News Desk January 27, 2016
COAS General Raheel Sharif is seen chairing a meeting at Karachi Corps Headquarters on January 27, 2016. PHOTO: ISPR

Following a review meeting on the ongoing operation in the city, Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif has vowed to go to any length for a secure and terror-free Karachi.

“The COAS vowed to go to any length for a secure and terror free Karachi to ensure a peaceful and fearless routine daily life for people of Karachi,” the ISPR said on Wednesday.

Besides the operation, General Raheel was also briefed on the continuing intelligence-based operations (IBOs) in the metropolis.

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Expressing his satisfaction over the operation, he appreciated the paramilitary Rangers and other law enforcement agencies for improving the city's security environment.

The COAS commended the intelligence agencies for achieving major breakthroughs in unearthing various terrorists’ networks in their bid to dismantle terror infrastructure and sever their nexus with terrorists’ cells and bases outside Karachi.


rex minor | 5 years ago | Reply Stop telling fibs to Karachi walas! Why must you close down army schools while declaring Karachi violence free? Rex minor
Arabian Sea | 5 years ago | Reply The well known abbreviation for Karachi is 'Khi' unlike 'Kci' in the tweet. Is a new identity being created for Karachi!
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