Since 9/11 Pakistan experienced terrorism but soldiers eliminated all challenges: Murad Shah.

KARACHI -- Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that since, 9/11, Pakistan has experienced the worst form of terrorism, but credit goes to brave soldiers of the country who have eliminated all challenges linked with it from Pakistani soil.

This he said while speaking as a chief guest at Karachi Show IDEAS 2022 organized at Nishan-e-Pakistan Sea View. Governor Sindh Kamran Tisori, provincial minister Shabir Bijarani, Vice Admiral Faisal Rasul Lodhi HI (M), Vice Chief of the Naval Staff, Rear Admiral Raja Rab Nawaz HI(M) Commander Coast, and foreign delegates were also present on the occasion. Mr. Shah Shah said that since, 9/11, World has changed, and Pakistan has experienced the worst form of terrorism. 'But, credit goes to our brave soldiers who have eliminated all challenges linked with it from Pakistani soil,' he said and added this was not possible without having adequate training and the best equipment with armed forces.

The CM appreciated the role of the Pakistan Armed Forces in general and the Pakistan Navy in particular in the recent floods which affected the Sindh province. He added that the Pakistan Navy being cognizant of its responsibility remained at the forefront in providing humanitarian and disaster relief assistance to the people trapped in inaccessible areas by using helicopters and hovercrafts. Mr. Shah said that It is indeed a fabulous experience to witness the excellent conduct of the Karachi Show being part of IDEAS 2022. He added that it was heartening to watch a professionally conducted demonstration of Pak Armed Forces capabilities which spoke of their dedication and commitment to defend Pakistan against any aggression by the...

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