LORALAI: Frontier Corps Balochistan is a big and effective force of Pakistan which not only responsible for monitoring long borders with Afghanistan and Iran but to maintain law and order in the province as well as checking smuggling of illicit arms and ammunition and drugs. So far a lot of FC jawans have sacrificed their lives and fulfilled their responsibility amicably..
These views were expressed by Balochistan Governor Muhammad Khan Achakzai while addressing passing out parade of recruits here Thursday.
Governor said FC was also playing role in the development of the province and its role is also laudable in welfare activities. He expressed pleasure and satisfaction that more than 1600 recruits from all over the country have completed their training who would be joining FC troops in various parts of Balochistan. They were joining national mainstream to defend the country and the nation and service. He told recruits that country particularly Balochistan is confronted with problems of terrorism and lawlessness. Under such a situation FC Balochistan their joining FC is a challenge. They would face difficulties in discharge of their duty and supremacy of the nation and the country in the days to come. We have confidence in their ability and assure they would come to the expectations of the nation.
Governor said government would provide all resources and means through which their training, force and performance standard is further improved so that they could discharge their duty with satisfaction and peace of mind.
He congratulated passing out recruits on successful training that nation has vested in them heavy responsibility for which confidence and high training is strictly needed for eeman, taqwa and jihad fi sabeelillah. He asked them service with dedication and devotion should be their mission.
Earlier upon arrival at the parade ground Governor was presented guard of honour. He inspected the parade.
Governor appreciated standard of parade.
Chief Instructor Training Centre Lt Colonel Syed Nadeem Raza briefed about different phases of training.
Earlier Inspector General Frontier Corps major General Muhammad Ejaz highlighted role and activities of Corps.
Governor distributed prizes among the recruits for their excellent performance during training.