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Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has vowed to continue counter terrorism operations.

Chairing a high level meeting in Rawalpindi in the backdrop of recent spate of terrorist attacks in the country, he said now is the time for other stakeholders particularly Afghanistan to do more.

The meeting was briefed in detail about the recent incidents and their manifest linkages with terrorist sanctuaries in Afghanistan operating under the patronage of NDS and RAW.

The Army Chief said that since 9/11, Pakistan is one of the few countries, which have borne the brunt of terrorism and made monumental sacrifices to effectively neutralize this menace. He regretted that Pakistan's sacrifices against terrorism are not well acknowledged and is often subjected to demand of 'Do More'.

General Qamar Javed Bajwa reiterated that Pakistan will continue its efforts to positively contribute towards regional peace and stability and shall not allow use of its territory against any other country.

He expressed his resolve to eliminate the menace to ensure safety and security of Pakistan and its resilient people who are real strength of their brave security forces.

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