Pakistan Army Chief Bajwa : I salute people of India occupied Kashmir

Sep 07 2018 02:04 PM
Pakistan  Army Chief Bajwa : I salute people of India occupied Kashmir

Prime Minister Imran Khan on the war against terrorism said that Pakistan will not fight any other country's war in the future as issuing warning to US. Imran said that he has been against war since the beginning and his government's foreign policy will be in the highest interest of the country. Imran Khan said this while speaking on Defense Day program of Pakistan. On this occasion, many MPs, diplomats, sportsmen and many artists of Pakistan were present. Imran's statement is being interpreted to mean that Pakistan can take out from its action against terrorists on the soil of Pakistan.

Worth mention here the US and India continually pressurized Pakistan to take action against active terrorists being trained on Indo –Pak border. Imran Khan said, "I have been against this war since long ago." In the future, we will not be part of any other country's war. Our foreign policy will be in the highest interest of the country. '

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan said no to terror, while the army Chief Kamar Javed Bajwa has stirred up the row of anger to talks about Kashmir. On the occasion in Islamabad on Thursday, Bajwa said that I salute the people of 'Occupied Kashmir', who are standing firmly and fighting with full bravery. This statement of Bajwa is against the expectations of India, under which it was hoping for peaceful relations after the formation of a new government in Pakistan.

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