Army Chief Asim Munir Visits Pakistan Ordnance Factories In Wah
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir paid a visit to Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF) Wah on Tuesday, where he received a briefing on POF’s production capabilities, its role in meeting the defense needs of the Armed Forces, and its export potential, as reported by Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR).
During his visit, the Army chief had the opportunity to witness a wide range of POF products, including newly designed and manufactured weapons and ammunition that were undergoing test and trials.
Addressing the officers and staff at POF, General Asim Munir expressed his appreciation for their significant contributions to both the security and economy of Pakistan. He acknowledged POF as the primary defense industry in the country.
In his remarks, General Munir highlighted the importance of indigenous and local industries like POF in defining the path to national progress. He emphasized the commitment to working towards self-reliance and incorporating the latest technology, considering it essential for ensuring reliability and strengthening Pakistan’s defense.
The visit showcased the Army chief’s interest in staying informed about the advancements in defense production and the contributions made by POF in meeting the defense needs of the country. The acknowledgment of POF’s role in bolstering both security and the economy reflects the strategic importance of such institutions in Pakistan’s overall development and defense preparedness.