Covid: Army Chief Lauds Services Of Medical Community

Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa lauded the exemplary role and services of the medical community as front line warriors against the pandemic, said the militarys media wing.

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the army chief attended the 54th Convocation Ceremony of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP) on Thursday as a chief guest.

He was received by CPSP Vice President Professor Shoaib Shafi on arrival. The COAS awarded degrees to successful graduates and awarded medals to high achievers. Gen Bajwa was also conferred honorary fellowship of CPSP.

Speaking on the occasion, the army chief congratulated the fellowship and membership of CPSP on achieving important milestone in their careers.

He especially lauded the role of CPSP in enabling Pakistans doctors and physicians to achieve specialisation in respective fields at par with contemporary international forums.

Healthcare workers are the heroes who despite all challenges worked tirelessly for the safety and well-being of the people of Pakistan during Covid-19, Gen Bajwa emphasised.

The army chief added that the nation pays tribute to all those doctors and paramedics who sacrificed their lives as first responders in battling against the pandemic while saving many precious lives.

Hailing the immense contributions of the Army Medical Corps to National health Care system, COAS said all available resources will be utilised to ensure safety and security of people of Pakistan.

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