Chief of Army Staff, General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said that future of Pakistani youth is bright and they are fully capable of taking on the mantle.
Addressing a seminar on “Human Resource Development for the youth of Balochistan-Opportunities and Challenges” in Quetta, he said Pakistan has enough resources and it just needs to improve human resource.
The Army Chief said that presently over 25,000 students from Balochistan are receiving quality education in various Army and FC-run schools and cadet colleges all over the country.
COAS said tomorrow’s Balochistan will be engine of national development effort and invaluable link from north to south and also to west.
The Army Chief said national security and development remains a national obligation for all state institutions.
On the occasion, he announced establishment of MRI Centre at Turbat, while expediting work on setting up of already announced educational institutions.