ISLAMABAD - Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif called on Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif here on Monday and briefed him on the steps taken to improve law and order situation with specific reference to the port city of Karachi.

The meeting, which was held at Prime Minister's House, overall security situation in the country came under discussion, including the various factors influencing the law and order situation such as involvement of foreign elements.

Sources aware of the deliberations of the meeting informed that the reports of national security apparatus also came up for review in the meeting wherein evidence of RAW's involvement in the recent terrorist attacks across the country were found.

Sources further said that Premier Sharif has directed the army chief that detailed briefing on the subject be given in the upcoming meeting of civil and military leadership to be held during the current or next week to review the matter.

These sources further said that after the detailed deliberations on the issue and in the light of health of the proofs against RAW's role in the recent terrorists acts, the future course of action would be adopted.

Meanwhile, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif said that the Pakistan Army is the "most accomplished" force the world now recognised after having "cleansed large remote areas of terrorists in the most treacherous terrain and in the most trying circumstances."

He was talking to officers and troops after witnessing the concluding ceremony of 4th Army 'Physical Agility and Combat Efficiency System' at Kharian.

Raheel Sharif said that performance of Pakistan Army in recent operations has been phenomenal as it cleared remote areas of terrorists in difficult terrain.

He also expressed satisfaction over objectives of new physical standards achieved through the new fitness regime.

"We must continue to train hard in peace time to be able to take on multi-dimensional challenges in future conflicts," he said.

The COAS showed his satisfaction over objectives of new physical standards, so essential for future battlefield environment, achieved through this new fitness regime.

Later, he gave away trophies to winner and runner-up teams and medals for best individual performances.

About 100 "Fittest of the Fit" and five "Super Fit" soldiers of Pakistan Army were awarded certificates and insignias.

Naik Muhammad Mateen was declared overall best player of the PACES championship 2015, whereas Sepoy Haffiz Allah Dad, Naik Muhammad Mateen, Gunner Sikandar Hayat, Sepoy Naveed Ashraf and Naik Qasim Ali secured first positions in respective Combat Efficiency Tests.

Earlier on arrival at Kharian, the Chief of Army Staff was received by Lieutenant General Mian Muhammad Hilal, Corps Commander 1 Corps.