Peace, stability in Afghanistan crucial for Pakistan, says PAF chief

By: News Desk      Published: 02:41 PM, 18 Oct, 2021
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Pakistan Air Force (PAF) organized a passing out parade ceremony of cadets belonging to various courses at Asghar Khan Academy on Monday, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.  

In the graduation ceremony of cadets, 145 (General Duty) GD Pilot, 91 engineering, and 101 Air Defense cadets graduated. 

PAF Spokesman said that Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmad Babar Sadhu was the chief guest at the event. 

The spokesperson said that trophies were be distributed among the cadets who pass out in Branch Insignia and distinguished position holders. 

Chief of Air Staff also gave PAF symbol Shamshir on the occasion. PAF's aerobatics team ‘Sher Dal’ also joined the aerial demonstration. 

Chief of Air Staff Zaheer Ahmed Babar Sidhu addressing the ceremony said, “Remember dear cadets, and today is the beginning of your journey at PAF. I am sure you overcome future challenges with full commitment and dedication. I also congratulate the PAF Asghar Khan Academy staff for timely completion of courses despite coronavirus challenges.”

The PAF Chief condemned grave human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir.

He warned that Pakistan’s desire for peace must not be understood with weakness. 

“Let me just clearly said that there can never be peace without a just settlement of a Kashmir issue.”

He said that peace and stability in Afghanistan are important for Pakistan and the whole world.

“Our great air warriors have always played great courage in testing time and upheld Quaid’s vision of Pakistan Air Force to second to none,” he adds.

“PAF is very much poised to preserve our freedom at all costs,” he adds.