Islamabad not to compromise on national integrity:Tanvir

SHEIKHUPURA: Federal Defence Production Minister Rana Tanvir Hussain has said that Islamabad will not compromise on national security, integrity and solidarity.

He was talking to media here on Monday after attending the marriage ceremony of the daughter of Ch.Shabbir Gujjar, a police officer. He added that we intends better relations on equal basis with neighbour countries.

The minister said that Islamabad always played positive and constructive role to normalise relations with New Delhi, adding, “we want better relations on the basis of equality and mutual respect with all neighbours.”

To a question the minister said that Pakistan was ready to resolve all issues including Kashmir with India through dialogue.

The minister said, Pakistan was playing its front line role against terrorism.

To a question regrading president Obama visit to India, he said, government was reviewing the visit and the pacts singed by the two countries would not any effect on Pakistan.

To another question he said the government was making sincere effort to eliminate terrorism from the country and after Peshawar school tragedy, approval of national action plan and setting up military courts were solid steps in this regard.

Rana Tanvir said, China was an old and trusted friend of Pakistan and the visit of Chinese president to Pakistan next month would further deepen relations between the two  countries.

MPA Pir Ashraf Rasool, Ch. Sajjad Haider Gujjar, PML-N Canada vice president Saeed Ahmad Zia and president District Journalists Association Ilyas Gujjar were also present on this occasion.

Source: APP