Pakistan is calling for peace, Modi beating drums of war: FM
CHACHRO (92 News) – Foreign Minister (FM) Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that Pakistan is calling for peace but Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is beating the drums of war.
Addressing a public gathering in Chachro in Insaf Health Cards programme ceremony, FM Qureshi said that while Pakistan is calling for peace, the Narendra Modi is beating the drums of war and aggression.
He said that Pakistan returned the Indian pilot Ahinanadan to India as agoodwill gesture but India sent the dead body of Pakistani national Shakirullah, who was killed in an Indian jail.
“If India extends the hand of peace and friendship, we will cordially accept it but if it thinks of aggression, we will give a befitting response,” FM Qureshi said.
FM terms PM Khan changed Pakistan
He said the people of Pakistan know how to defend their motherland. He said today’s Pakistan is not that of 1971 but a changed Pakistan led by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
PM announces Health Package for the poor
After the address of Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Imran Khan announced a massive Health Package for Tharparkar under which Insaf Health Cards will be provided to one hundred and twelve thousand families of the area. He also initiated the ceremony with distributing the Sehat Cards for the poor.
Addressing a public gathering in Chachro, he said that medical facility seven hundred and twenty thousand rupees will be provided to every deserving in any hospital.
He said that the biggest objective of his coming into the power was to ameliorate poverty. He said he chose Tharparkar for his visit because the area is the most backward in Pakistan and seventy-five percent people of the local people are living below the poverty line.
The premier announced two Mobile Hospitals and fourteen Ambulances to extend health facilities for the people of Tharparkar. He said Tharparkar is mines producing area including Coal and Copper, the income of these mines will be now spent first in these areas.
Imran Khan also announced 100 RO water plants to overcome water shortage in the area. He said electricity will be produced by the solar means. He said federal government will do everything for the development of Tharparkar and other remote area of Sindh.
Speaking in face of recent tension with India, Imran Khan said, “We want peace and not war. But no one should remain mistaken. Pakistan is awake. Any aggression or misadventure by India will receive a befitting reply. We are ready to fight till our last breath,” the prime minister mentioned.