Chief of Military Employees (COAS) Common Qamar Javed Bajwa urged that drug sellers needs to be handled an iron fist in Pakistan.
The military chief visited the headquarters of the Anti-Narcotics Pressure (ANF) on Tuesday, stated the Pakistan Military’s media wing.
He was given an in depth operational briefing relating to the genesis of the ANF and its contributions to manage drug trafficking within the nation, the Inter-Providers Public Relations (ISPR) stated in a press release.
“Drug peddlers and people concerned in its manufacturing are a menace to nationwide safety and relentless enemies of humanity,” Common Bajwa stated whereas interacting with the officers and workers.
“Drug cash is getting used for promotion of terrorism and due to this fact, it is crucial that drug sellers are handled iron arms,” he was quoted as saying.
Through the go to, the military chief additionally lauded the efforts of the ANF in controlling drug trafficking in Pakistan.
Earlier, on arrival, Common Bajwa was acquired by ANF Director-Common Main Common Muhammad Arif Malik.