Pakistan’s army chief General Raheel Sharif said military ties between Pakistan and China have “transformed” and the relationship will “grow to unprecedented heights”.
The projects included a state of the art WANA cadet College Building funded by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for 500 children from Waziristan and rest of FATA.
This he said while inaugurating a Cadet College at Wana, in South Waziristan Agency on Wednesday. He also commended the locals for their sacrifices.
COAS Gen. Raheel Sharif also inaugurated 62 KM DIK-Tank Road, which was part of 705 KMs long Central Trade Corridor, linking Afghanistan and that it would reduce travel time substantially.
132 KV grid station and 54 km transmission line was demand of the people of Wana.
Addressing a large gathering, the COAS said that these development projects would improve quality of life of common people, create job opportunities and usher this area into economic prosperity, which was our main objective. The army chief reiterated the resolve to continue the Operation Zarb-e-Azb till the elimination of last terrorist.
“The everlasting relation will grow to unprecedented heights as both countries will continue to work for elimination of terrorism in all forms”, the army chief said.
The army chief lauded the “outstanding performance” of Special Service Group in the ongoing anti-terrorism military operation Zarb-e-Azb.
He assured the terrorists would never be allowed to return and army will not go back till the job is fully done. He vowed to continue counterterrorism operations with the same momentum till the achievement of a terror-free Pakistan.