Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Thursday said that no one can become a leader without admitting his mistakes.
According to TV channel 24News HD, Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa attended the dinner honoring the national cricketers on behalf of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ramez Raja.
President Arif Alvi and British High Commissioner Christian Turner also participated in the dinner.
The PCB Chairman welcomed the Army Chief when he arrived to attend the dinner. The Army Chief met the national cricketers and appreciated their performance in the World Cup tournament.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa also spoke to Pakistan captain Babar Azam and injured player Shaheen Afridi and inquired about his health.
COAS General Bajwa while talking to the players said that fighting is a matter of leadership and winning or losing is a part of it but no one can become a leader without admitting a mistake.
He called Shadab Khan the best cricketer in the Twenty20 format of cricket and said that if Shaheen Afridi had not been injured, the result of the final would have been different.
Army Chief General Bajwa said that compared to India who lost the World Cup by 10 goals, Pakistan national team lost in the last match by a narrow margin. The army chief said that the Pakistani team has now stalled again.
Journalist: Rozina Ali