Governor of Punjab Ch Muhammad Sarwar has termed the decision to extend 3 years in the service tenure of Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa a decision well in nation and country benefit and said that due to the Kashmir issue and regional situation Pakistan is in the state of war and under these circumstances the decision to extend the service tenure of Army Chief is the absolutely right decision.
India is trying to destroy the region’s peace after getting defeated on every front just to divert attention from Kashmir and there is no doubt that India is still against the Afghan peace process and accepting Kartar Pur corridor Projects just because of pressure. Pakistan has decided that Kartarput corridor Project will be completed at the time under any circumstances.
He was expressing his views after inaugurating new academic block and planting a tree in regards to plantation drive at University of Education Lahore Township and was briefing media afterward. Provincial Minister Higher Education Raja Yasir Humayun and others were also present at the occasion.
Governor Punjab Ch Mohammad Sarwar was responding to media questions and said today due to Kashmir issue, the Afghan peace process and India’s war hysteria the situation in the region is in front of the nation and in this regard, we are faced with many challenges and that is why an extension in the service tenure of Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa is the need of hour and also the nation and we support the decision of Prime Minister Imran Khan.Governor Punjab Ch Muhammad Sarwar said despite rigidness from India the Kartarpur corridor project and arrangements for Celebrations of Baba Guru Nanak’s 550th Birthday are underway and Inshallah we will not only complete the Kartarpur corridor project on time but will also provide all facilities including foolproof security to all Sikh pilgrims who are coming for 550th Birthday celebrations of Baba Guru Nanak. Governor Punjab Ch Muhammad Sarwar said that PTI’s federal and provincial government is taking all decisions on merit and transparency.