RAWALPINDI: Chief Of Army Staff Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Tuesday after taking charge of Pakistan Army that he needed the support of the media in the country.
After assuming command of Pakistan Army, Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa indulged in an informal chat with media personnel. He said that commanding Pakistan Army was a demanding job and that he would need support from the media.
"I have been assigned a very tough job, I will be needing your prayers," he said. "I will be needing the support of the media in Pakistan," he added.
Gen. Qamar Bajwa said that media in Pakistan should continued to play its part in ensuring that the moral of Pakistan Army remains high.
Gen. Qamar Bajwa took charge of the Pakistan Army after Gen. Raheel Sharif retired on November 29, 2016. He is Pakistan's 16th army chief.
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