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DG ISPR Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor vows to go to last extent, bullet & breathe over Kashmir issue

DG ISPR Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor vows to go to last extent, bullet & breathe over Kashmir issue
September 4, 2019
RAWALPINDI (92 News) – Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor has vowed to go to the last extent, bullet and breathe over the Kashmir issue. Addressing a press briefing on latest current situation Kashmir issue after India’s illegal revocation of Article 370 on Wednesday, the DG ISPR declared that there would be no deal on the matter. He urged the people to have trust in the leadership. “We love Kashmir more than our life.” Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said that Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa did not want extension in the service. “The prime minister has extended the COAS’ tenure keeping in view the situation. We hope that it will yield positive results,” he said. The DG ISPR said that Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa has good relations with heads of different countries. “The nation should unite under the present circumstances. An attempt is being made to create rifts among the people through the fifth generation war,” he maintained. He dispelled the talks about recognizing Israel as propaganda. Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said that Kashmir was not discussed during the US visit. “We had given the first information about Osama bin Laden to the US. We will get a relief at the western border after peace in Afghanistan,” he said. He announced to make the Iran border safe as well. The DG ISPR said that the Modi government is following the philosophy of Aldof Hitler, which is sowing the seeds of a new war in the region. “These acts are a big threat to peace. India sent its jets in response to our message of peace and the world saw their condition,” he said. He added that India had entered the environment of fascism where 220 million minorities are facing a sense of insecurity and inhuman treatment. Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said that the issue of Occupied Kashmir is an internationally recognised matter, saying that India’s acts in the valley point towards its intention for a new war. “Indian move is aimed at destabilizing the region and harming the security situation in South Asia.” Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said that Pakistan has strategic importance in the region of South Asia. He also said that the international players have their vested interests in the region. The DG ISPR said that Pakistan has played its part well in regional issues and fought valiantly against terrorism. “Due to the war on terror, Pakistan has faced innumerable loss of lives and to its economy,” he added. On bilateral ties with India, Asif Ghafoor said that two nuclear powers do not have space for a nuclear war, due to which India indirectly tried to cause damage to Pakistan. “Prime Minister Imran Khan had sincerely offered negotiation to India,” he maintained, adding that Pakistan is a responsible state. “The Modi government are following Hilter’s ideology and wanted Pakistan’s military to engage on eastern border after a long engagement on its western border. I want to remind India that wars do not only require a strong economy but brevity and courage,” the ISPR director general termed. He reminded India that if it opts for a war, it should remember that the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) heroes like Nauman Ali and Hasan Mehmood are ready to do what they did when India tried to enter Pakistani airspace on February 27. “If you impose a war, remember February 27,” he warned India. The DG ISPR said that since August 5, the Occupied Valley is in a state of lockdown and even the opposition leaders in India couldn’t visit the disputed valley. “India has increased human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir and Pakistan is trying to steer global attention to the matter,” said the DG ISPR.