Islamabad: The Pakistan Army decided to intensify air strikes on militant hideouts in the wake of recent terror attacks across the country, media reported.
The decision was taken by the Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif during a meeting of the Formation Commanders at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi.
In the meeting it was also decided to track down terrorists and monitor their movements across the country. To dismantle terror networks, the army resolved to coordinate closely with intelligence and law enforcement agencies.
The half-yearly meeting was attended by all Corps commanders and formation commanders, where comprehensive briefings on the security situation of the country as well as professional matters relating to the military came under discussion.