KARACHI: Station Commander Karachi Brig Farrukh Waseem Khan promised on Friday to root out terrorism completely from the country by expelling all the terrorists out and bring peace to the nation.
He said while addressing a ceremony to pay tribute to martyrs, organized by Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui at Arts Council in honour of the soldiers of Pakistan Army, Navy and Air Force who sacrificed their lives for the country and the nation.
“Our men know how to present life and blood for the country and how to take it from enemies. We would show terrorists that there is no place for terrorism here. You would see everlasting peace established in the country,” Khan said.
The brig consoled the families present there and said that being a family of martyred is a great honour, because those soldiers laid down their lives to safeguard their homeland.
The commissioner saluted the services and sacrifices of the soldiers and paid tribute to them and their families as well.
He said that he would try to initiate a welfare scheme by armed forces for the families of the martyrs.
Siddiqui also lauded the overall performance of forces and said that civil administration was with them in every situation.
“I would like not to forget our soldiers of rangers and police on this occasion, who laid down their lives for the establishment of law and order,” he said.
Malir Station Commander Tayyab Muhammad Janjua, Brigadier Air Defence Malir Syed Karrar Hussain and Additional Commissioner II Haji Ahmed were also present.
Some documentaries on army men were showed and national songs were also sung at the occasion. The participating families were presented gifts.
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