COAS General Qamar Javaid Bajwa warns India
RAWALPINDI – Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa has warned and cautioned India over the peace initiative from Pakistan.
COAS has said on Saturday that the new government extended a hand of peace and friendship towards India with utmost sincerity but it should not be taken as our weakness.
Speaking at the passing out Parade of 110th Midshipmen and 19th Short Service Course held at Naval Academy, Karachi, the military chief expressed that it was the time to fight against hunger, disease and illiteracy, then to fight against each other. ADVERTISING
General Bajwa asserted that Pakistan supports Afghan-led peace plan to help bring lasting peace in the neighboring state.
According to a communique issued by the military’s media wing, the military chief expressed that wars bring death, destruction and misery for the people and ultimately, all issues are resolved on the table through negotiations.
“Relative peace present in the country today has been achieved after tremendous sacrifices to restore peace and order,” he said.