Deteriorating Afghan situation a challenge for Pakistan: Sarwar

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Amraiz Khan

Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar said that India is working on the agenda of destroying peace in Afghanistan and the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan is also a challenge for Pakistan.

“Coming days and months will be very important in this context and credit for securing the country’s borders goes to Pakistan army and 220 million Pakistanis are proud of the armed forces.”

CH Sarwar was talking to the media after offering condolences to the family of martyred Captain Affan Masood in the Upper Mall area on Friday.

He said that the entire family including the mother of martyred Capt Affan Masood and every Pakistani is proud of the sacrifices of the martyrs.

He further said that the sacrifices of the martyrs will not be wasted, adding that Pakistan army and the nation together have thwarted nefarious designs of the terrorists in the past and will not allow the terrorists to succeed in the future as well.

“Those who are sacrificing in the fight against terrorism and for peace on borders are close to our hearts,” he said.

The governor said that the sacrifices made by Pakistan for peace in the entire region and especially in Afghanistan are unprecedented.

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