World must realize Pak-India conflict will destabilise region: Fawad Ch
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Ch has said that the world must realize that the Pak-India conflict will destabilise the region and the world at large.
In a tweet, the minister said that the world will be further divided and extremism will be at new peaks due to the Pak-India tension. “As a result, extremism will be the ultimate winner while Pakistan, India and the world will lose,” he maintained.
World must realize Pak-India conflict ll destabilise region and later the World at large, world ll be more divided and extremism at new peaks…. extremism ll be ultimate winner … Pak,India and the World ll loose…. lets work together to avert this situation
— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) February 28, 2019
The minister urged India to work together to avert the situation.
On the other hand, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari tweeted: “It is the youth of the subcontinent who will pay in blood and coin for generations to come for the shortsighted decisions of a few today. Pakistan’s prime minister’s call for dialogue must be reciprocated, time to deescalate before it is too late.”
Pakistan supports giving peace chance: Fawad
Earlier on Wednesday, Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry said Pakistan supports giving peace a chance as no one of us is desirous of war.
Speaking at a conference, he said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has also mentioned in his address to the nation that initiating war is easy but it will go beyond calculations.
The minister said sane voices are coming from India that there should be no war to gain political objectives. He said today #saynotowar became a top trend on social media in India. He expressed the hope that peace will prevail, which will be in the best interest of both the countries and the world.
Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said no religion teaches violence. He said there is no room for extremism in Islam. He said Pakistan has successfully tackled irregular conflicts by rendering over 70,000 lives, which indicates our society’s strong resilience.
He said Pakistan has defeated terrorism and now it will stand successful in tackling the issue of extremism.
It is the youth of the subcontinent who will pay in blood and coin for generations to come for the shortsighted decisions of a few today. Pakistan’s Prime Minister’s call for dialogue must be reciprocated, time to deescalate before it’s too late.
— BilawalBhuttoZardari (@BBhuttoZardari) February 28, 2019