Pakistan Army Cadet Wins Shooting Competition In Germany Beating 45 Countries

Pakistan Army, with being respected as the most capable institute in Pakistan, has also been able to make a mark on an international level in many spheres.
Determined to raise Pakistan’s flag high, the cadets have shown unshakable determination and commitment towards their country on foreign soil as well.

Another achievement, another feather in the cap – Pakistan Army has set another record as cadet Mahad Ijaz wins shooting competition in Germany. Almost 45 countries took part in the competition but Pakistan secured the win.

König Bundessprachenamt competition, which translates to ‘’King of Shooting’’ from the federal school of languages, was held in Germany.  With bringing Pakistan the honour, Mahad also is the first Pakistani to ever claim the prestigious ‘’Silver Konig Necklace of Shields’’ (Silver Necklace of Kings) trophy defeating over 40 countries.

ISPR, in a statement, showed appreciation for Mahad and called it a moment of pride for the entire nation.
The news came soon after we were celebrating Shehroz Shahid, another young hero, who secured the first position among all international cadets in the prestigious Royal Military Academy (RMA) in the United Kingdom.

Also See: Pakistan Military Cadet Declared The Best Among Overseas Cadets At Royal Military Academy, UK

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