Frontier Corps (FC) Sector Commander North Brigadier Nadeem Sohail has said maintaining peace is a great challenge.
“While securing Balochistan’s porous borders with Iran and Afghanistan, the FC has been making all efforts for the welfare of the people of Balochistan,” said Brig Sohail while addressing the passing-out parade of the 62nd batch of Balochistan FC in Loralai on Tuesday.
One-thousand, six-hundred and fourteen cadets have completed their training and joined the paramilitary force.
A large number of civilians, tribal elders, civil and military officials participated in the event. Brig Sohail distributed prizes among the position holders.
Sohail said, “School of Frontier Corps and Training Centre has been playing an active role in providing training and basic course to new cadets of the paramilitary force. Today our troops have been performing their duties in mountains, deserts and all corners of the province to maintain law and order.”
Lauding the sacrifices rendered by the FC personnel for securing the lives of the masses, Sohail said, “The FC has always fought terrorists on the front line and protected the people of Balochistan.
The 62nd batch of FC personnel participated in the final parade held at the School of Frontier Corps and Training Centre, Loralai.
The new recruits gave a guard of honor to Brig Sohail and father of martyred FC soldier Waseem. Loralai Training Centre chief instructor Lieutenant Colonel Muhammad Yousaf Javed shared details of the course and training given to the cadets.

Source: Express Tribune


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