Punjab Governor terms India as facilitator of terrorists in region


Lahore: Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has termed India as a facilitator of terrorists in the region and said that peace and stability in Pakistan are not being tolerated by India. Pakistan has the best Armed force in the world that are capable of thwarting the nefarious designs of enemies , including India. Punjab Governor while talking to PTI delegations from different districts including Azad Kashmir at Governor’s House.
said that more than 95,843 Kashmiris have been martyred, 22,930 Kashmiri women became widows and more than one lac Kashmiri children have been orphaned due to the atrocities of Indian army. Unfortunately, international bodies including the UN have become silent spectators of this heinous act of terrorism of Indian forces, he added . He further said that the world needs to break its silence and take action to stop the oppression and human rights violations in IIOJK.
Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that from day one Pakistan’s stance has been the same, adding that regional peace will remain elusive unless the Kashmir dispute is resolved as per the UN Resolutions. He said that Prime Minister, Imran Khan, has become the ambassador of Kashmiris and is fighting the case of Kashmiris at all international forums, adding that 220 million Pakistanis are with their Kashmiri brothers and sisters and Pakistan will not spare any sacrifice for the independence of Kashmir.
Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that India is the biggest enemy of peace in Pakistan, and CPEC, which is the testimony of Pak-China friendship, is not being tolerated by India. Therefore, it does not refrain from conspiring against Pakistan but as always we will thwart all Indian conspiracies and CPEC projects will be completed successfully. Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that Pakistan has the best Armed forces in the world which always gives a befitting reply to the enemies . The enemies of Pakistan will have to lick the dust and Pakistan will progress and prosper, he added.