MUNICH, Germany: Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said Pakistan Army has waged a relentless fight against terrorism and violent extremism and over 35 thousand Pakistanis have lost their lives in this war.
Addressing the Munich Security Conference in Germany, he said financial cost of the war on terrors exceeds 250 billion dollars and only a fraction of which is actually shared by our global partners.
The Chief of Army Staff said that he can say with pride and conviction that there are no organized terrorist camps on our side of the border.
He said, however, presence of terrorists of various hues and colours cannot be ruled out and we still have their active and sleeper cells, which are hiding in mountains, border towns and 54 refugee camps, besides some major towns and cities.
Army Chief said out of the last 131 terrorist attacks in our border areas last year, 123 were conceived, planned and executed from Afghanistan.