To review the combat readiness, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah visited forward posts of Pakistan Navy at Creeks area on Friday.
The Naval Chief visited various Naval posts and observed the operational readiness of the troops deployed on forward bases, Radio Pakistan reported on Saturday.
Targeting India, Zakaullah said that "Pakistan's commitment for peace must not be construed as weakness."
He said that Pakistan Navy was fully capable to hit back with all its might if the war is imposed.
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