On the whole, 405 soldiers from Pakistan Navy, Gilgit Baltistan Police, Special Security Unit Sindh Police, Punjab Defense Services Guards, Azad Jammu and Kashmir Police, Pakistan Coast Guards, Army Strategic Force Command, Airport Security Force and Pakistan Rangers (Punjab) participated in 4 weeks long training exercise, said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
Lieutenant General Hilal Hussain, Corps Commander Mangla was chief guest on the concluding ceremony.
While speaking on the occasion, Gen Hussain congratulated the participants and appreciated their dedication, motivation and commitment shown during the course.
He said counter terrorism training imparted to soldiers of sister services, para-military forces and law enforcement agencies aims to enhance an integrated response mechanism against terrorism at National level.
The corps commander expressed confidence that special anti terrorism training will go a long way in improvement of professional skills of course participants.
Inspector General Azad Kashmir Police, Inspector General Islamabad Police, Home Secretary Punjab and senior officers from Pakistan Army and Navy also witnessed the culmination session of training programme.