Peace in region Pakistan proposes, India disposes: Sarwar

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Terming Narendar Modi’s reproaches against Pakistan as shameful, Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar has said, ‘If India wants to wage a war then we are fully ready to reciprocate in a befitting manner’.
‘Pakistan armed forces know better to defend every inch of motherland while 220 million Pakistanis are standing with Pakistan Army and prior to engaging in any war with Pakistan, India must recall Pakistan’s befitting response on February 27, 1999’.
Pakistan under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran was talking of peace but India must not deem our peace desire as a weakness. He was talking to Provincial Forests Minister Sibtain Khan, Haji Muhammad Ramzan and others here at Governor House. The governor said Pakistan retained world’s best army which was fully capable of defeating the enemy any time and on every front. He said that entire India was now in flames due to controversial Citizenship Act and Narendra Modi was being exposed to the world community that was why Modi was resorting to shameful criticism against Pakistan in a bid to divert world’s attention from the situation inside India but he would never succeed on his agenda.
He said that Modi’s attitude has become a greater threat to regional peace and stability, and the global community was now realising that anti-democratic ideology of Narendra Modi grasped India. Today, Narendra Modi and his government from all aspects has become biggest danger for peace. He said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan was stood firm with Kashmiris and Indian Muslims, and we will expose the terrorist and extremist face of India to the world at every forum.
Later, Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar met with a German delegation headed by Dr Panteras Christian and discussed with them the bilateral relations between the two countries and other matters.