Bilawal pays tributes to martyrs an Defence Day

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Zafar Ahmed Khan

Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that a befitting celebration of Defence Day of Pakistan is to protect geography, ideology and democracy and pay glowing tributes to those fellow citizens and soldiers who embraced martyrdom in defending the nation.
In his message on the Defence Day of Pakistan, the PPP Chairman said that extremism and militancy were the main current threats and entire nation along with all institutions have to be on same page to defend the country.
Bilawal Bhutto said that September 6, 1965 was the day when both citizens and armed forces put a valiant fight in a conventional war against the much bigger adversary India, which forced it to initiate and expedite its nuclear programme.
He pointed out that it was only former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto who noticed hegemonic Indian nuclear intentions in the region and he laid foundation of nuclear programme to balance the security environment providing base for an invincible status to the future Pakistan. “Slain Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto brought in the Ballistic Missile Technology to strengthen the Defence of the country,” Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said.In his message on the Defence Day of Pakistan, the PPP Chairman said that extremism and militancy were the main current threats and entire nation along with all institutions have to be on same page to defend the country.
PPP Chairman stated that martyrs, both sons and daughters of Pakistan would be remembered and revered in our history as heroes and to pay homage, we salute to them.

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