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Pakistan’s economy may be weak but its defence is certainly not: Rasheed

Pakistan’s economy may be weak but its defence is certainly not: Rasheed
September 13, 2019
MUZAFFARABAD (92 News) – Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed on Friday said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a war against Muslims and Pakistan’s economy may be weak but its defence is certainly not. Speaking to the journalists at migrants’ camp in Muzaffarabad, the minister said that Narendra Modi has made a huge mistake and his dream of becoming super power will be shattered into pieces. “Pakistani soldiers are ready for any misadventure by the enemy,” he added. Sheikh Rasheed also mentioned that Indian supremacy will not be tolerated in any case. He said he is a one-man army and will himself fight against India. The federal minister said that Prime Minister Imran Khan will become the voice of oppressed Kashmiri people during his address to the UN General Assembly session to be held on 27th of this month in New York. He said Pakistan will continue to support its Kashmiri brethren till last drop of blood. He hoped that Prime Minister Imran Khan will become the voice of oppressed Kashmiri people during his address to the UNGA session to be held on 27th of this month in New York. He reaffirmed that Pakistan would continue to support its Kashmiri brethren till last drop of blood. On the occasion, the elderly and young Kashmiris became happy to meet with the railways minister. He also asked form the residents about provision of facilities and exchanged views on Indian aggression in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8NOyrPU0ZU
Pak Army know well how to defend borders: Sheikh Rasheed
Earlier, Sheikh Rasheed has said that the Pak Army and the nation know well how to defend the borders. Addressing a public gathering, he said that Pakistan will give a befitting reply to any Indian misadventure and aggression. The minister said that the Pak-India war, if fought, would be the last one. “Pakistan stands with the Kashmiris and will continue to stand with them,” he declared. He said that Pakistan wants resolution of the issue through the dialogues otherwise the region will be destroyed. “Kashmiris will have to choose the way between independence and death,” he added. Sheikh Rasheed said that Pakistan wants peace in Afghanistan.