Pakistan tri services Chief sternly warns India
ISLAMABAD - Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) Zubair Mahmood Hayat said on Friday that Pakistan is ready to respond to any act of aggression and misadventure.
Addressing the Pakistan Summit, General Hayat said India has been rejecting its brutal act of violence in Kashmir and thousands of innocent Kashmiris have lost their lives due to Indian brutality. The CJCSC highlighted the need for Pakistan to take steps to increase its military exports. “Countries all over the world are engaged in the trade of military equipment and for the sake of its defence, Pakistan also needs to focus on that.”
According to CJCSC, Muslim countries continue to face crisis and Islamophobia is also on the rise. “Al Aqsa mosque will remain in danger until there is peace in the Middle East,” he added.
Regarding the conflict in Afghanistan, CJCSC said that there was no military solution to the Afghan issue and Pakistan supported peace efforts which would be beneficial not only for Afghanistan but the entire region.