Pakistan to clear its stance on LoC at international forum

ISLAMABAD: Information Minister Pervez Rasheed said on Sunday Pakistani ambassadors will be sent to five major countries of the world on Indian aggression to apprise them with Pakistani version.

Talking to media in Mianwali, the Minister said that our ambassadors
will state Pakistan’s narrative to international community as government’s
utmost priority is to work for country’s dignity and security.

He said that in National Security Conference it was decided that Government of Pakistan will write a letter to United Nations on our ongoing border conflict with India.

“We will fight against Indian aggression on every International forum and let the world know about the ceasefire violations that are being carried out by Indian forces”, he added.

Replying to a question, he said Imran Khan should focus on his Provincial Government as both federal and provincial governments will be held accountable in 2018 by masses.

Pervez said Imran will raise rigging allegations even in 2018 as well, adding, Imran khan should be answerable to people for last fourteen months progress in KPK.

He said that change always come through votes and the practice will be followed in future also.

Information minister said due to government’s economic policies, value of rupee has strengthened in last few months.

“Terrorism and financial crisis had paralyzed the economic system of the country”, he added.

He further said that nation is determined to fight every aggression weather from outside the borders or from within the country.

He said that whole nation is standing behind Pakistani forces who are sacrificing their present for the future of our generations.

Source: APP