Pak Navy capable of hitting back if war is imposed: CNS
KARACHI: Chief of the Naval staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah visited forward posts of Pakistan Navy at Creeks area to review the combat readiness of Pakistan Navy. The Admiral was accompanied by the Commander Coast Rear Admiral Waseem Akram.
The Naval Chief visited various Naval posts in Creeks areas and observed the operational readiness of the troops deployed on forward bases. While interacting with the PN personnel, the Naval chief lauded their level of motivation and determination to safeguard the maritime frontiers of the country. He also exhorted them to come up to the expectations and confidence, which their countrymen have put into them.
The Admiral reiterated that our commitment for peace must not be construed as weakness. He said that Pakistan Navy was fully capable to hit back with all its might if the war was imposed.
Earlier during the day, the Admiral also visited Fleet Headquarters, Karachi, where he was briefed by the Commander Pakistan Fleet about the operational matters and highest state of vigil being maintained at sea frontiers.