Pakistan’s sacrifices in war on terror unprecedented: Sarwar



Amraiz Khan

Punjab Governor, Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has said that all political and religious parties should keep national interest supreme in order to cope with the challenges being faced by the country.

The sacrifices rendered by Pakistan in war against terrorism are unprecedented. Pakistan is ready to play its role in establishing peace in the region including Afghanistan in the current scenario.

He stated this while addressing the book launching ceremony of a book ‘Hello Ibn e Batoota’, authored by Qaiser Iftikhar,
at Governor House on Saturday.

Governor Punjab said that Pakistan has one of the best armed forces in the world, who are foiling the nefarious designs of terrorists and anti state forces.

He said that whole nation is with Pak army in its war against terrorism, adding that the international community including the USA should value the sacrifices rendered by the Pakistani nation in war against terrorism.

Later, talking to the media, he said that Pakistan is facing many challenges due to current situation in Afghanistan.

He called upon all political and religious parties to play their role to overcome these challenges, by forgetting their differences, in the larger interest of the country to thwart the evil plans of enemies.

He said that the current government doesn’t believe in political victimization rather it believes in supremacy of law and order, adding that practical steps are being taken to strengthen the institutions.

He said that the PTI led government is committed to provide all basic facilities to the people including the education and health facilities.

He said that the government is taking key initiatives for the promotion of tourism under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, adding that extra ordinary measures are being taken to ensure the security of the tourists and to provide them more facilities.

He said that Pakistan has great potential in tourism sector and billions of dollars can be earned by the promotion of tourist industry in Pakistan.


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