Zhob—Station Commander 29 Brigade Brigadier Tahir Gulzar Malik has said that Frontier Corps Balochistan has a glorious history of gallantry and its soldiers have proved their mettle. It is the best and effective civil-armed force that not only responsible for monitoring Pak-Afghan and Pak-Iran borders but also to maintain law and order in the province as well as prevention of smuggling of illicit arms, ammunition and drugs.
He was addressing the 58th batch passing-out parade of Frontier Corps held at FC headquarters here on Monday. Those who attended the ceremony were including Commandant Zhob Militia Col. Malik Muhammad Hayat, Lieutenant Col. Muhammad Usman, Lieutenant Col. Muhammad Ajmal, Major Ali Hyder, Major Muhammad Amir, Corps SM Waqif Shah, DSP Bashir Asar, notables Malik Naseer Mandokhail, Sardar Nasar Khan Nasar, Haji Lashkar Laoown, Muhammad Anwer Mandokhail, Sardarzada Jalal Hariphal, Sardar Asmatullah Miankhail, Daulat Khan, civil and military officers.
Station Commander expressed pleasure and satisfaction that one thousand recruits from different districts of the province have completed their training and joined FC troops.
“Joining the Para military force is not only an honor but also a challenge for the recruits. They would face difficulties in discharge of their duty and supremacy of the nation in coming days. But we have confidence in their ability and assure they would come to the expectations of the nation”. He said.
Garrison Commander congratulated passed-out recruits on successful training and said that service with dedication and devotion should be their mission. “Now you can counter any challenge and I am sure you will not disappoint the nation,” he admired the young recruits.