Indian fake stories cannot divert world attention from Kashmir dispute: CNS


Any unintended aggression even a strategic miscalculation will not go unpenalized

Sophia Siddiqui

Kakul—Naval Chief, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah while criticizing India for human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir says India’s fake stories could not divert international attention from the Kashmir dispute. The Navy Chief was addressing the 35th passing out parade of PMA graduate course here on Saturday.
He said, ‘Pakistan is being continuously subjected to a volley of false accusations by India, let me reiterate the fact that Pakistan is a peace loving country and seeks harmonious and peaceful co-existence with all its neighbours. The world can no more be misguided by the litany of falsehoods to divert global attention from atrocities in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir or attempts at seeking refuge through concocted stories.’
‘Any unintended outcome or act of aggression borne out of such adversarial design, whether by intent or even a strategic miscalculation will not go unpenalized. We shall defend our sovereignty and territorial integrity with full might and at all costs,’ the Navy chief made it clear.
He said, that Pakistan is a peaceful country who wants friendly relations with all neighbouring countries, but made it clear that the security and sovereignty of the country would be defended at all costs.
The Navy Chief said the passing out cadets were a source of pride for their parents. ‘You are graduating at an important time in history. Operation Zarb-e-Azb is at its stage of completion. When you pass out you will be guided by qualified seniors.’ Among the passing out cadets 26 were from Libya and Saudi Arabia.