Monday , June 1 2020

We will no longer fight ‘imposed wars’, says Imran Khan

Rawalpindi: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday highlighted the unparalleled sacrifices made by Pakistani nation in the war on terror. He state that we cannot be the part of ‘imposed war’ anymore.  

‘None other than Pakistan has made huge sacrifices against the war on terrorism.’

We were bound to get involved in a war inside our country. We paid a huge cost in the form of blood, economic downfall and international image. Imran Khan said this during his one-day visit to Miranshah in North Waziristan.

Imran Khan was accompanied by Chief of Army Staff General Qamer Javed Bajwa, Defence Minister Pervaiz Khattak and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mehmood Khan during this visit.

He also talked about Afghanistan situation and expressed that Pakistan is readily available during peace process. We do not only believe peace for our country but we have proved that we want to spread it beyond borders and especially in Afghanistan that would ultimately help Pakistan achieve peace in Pakisatn.

Later on he also addressed to the combined Jirga of North and South Waziristan in presence of elders.

Imran Khan also appreciated people of former Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) for bravely facing all these challenges and coping terrorism.

He appreciated Pakistani forces, intelligence and their success against terrorism.

PM announced packages of health, education, employment and administration for those people. He vowed to bring system that will solve out issues speedily and the establishment of new hospital and educational institutes in North waziristan.

He also revealed that along with basic facilities computers, technology, sports grounds and interest free loans will also be granted.

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