COAS Qamar Bajwa calls on Prime Minister Imran Khan
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa called on Prime Minister Imran Khan at PM House on Thursday.
They discussed the matters pertaining to national security, law and order and overall situation in the region.
Earlier addressing an international conference on Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that India is the biggest problem of Pakistan.
He said that today the people spreading hatred are ruling India. “The Occupied Kashmir is under worst curfew for over 100 days. Pakistan is in jeopardy due to Kashmir,” he said.
He urged the world community to step in to avoid any serious situation in South Asia as Modi regime in India is pursuing an ideology of hate in the region.
The prime minister said that peace is impossible in South Asia without resolving the Kashmir issue. “The war against terrorism is devastating for Pakistan,” he said. He said that India is committing atrocities against the people of Occupied Kashmir to make them submit its illegal acts. “There is complete communication blockade in the Valley and youth is being picked up by the Indian troops,” he said.
Regarding Afghanistan, the prime minister said that peace in that country is beneficial not only to Pakistan, but for the whole region, especially the landlocked Central Asian Republics. “Pakistan is playing its role for peace in Afghanistan as there is no military solution to this issue and it should resolve politically.”
Imran Khan said that Pakistan is also making efforts to ensure that there is no conflict in the region for which it is also reaching out to Iranian and Saudi leadership for forging tranquility among the brotherly Muslim countries.
“Besides making efforts to ensure peace in the region, we are also opening up our country for investors, tourists and other activities,” he concluded.