“If India wages a full war against Pakistan, the world would witness unity and support for Pak Army”
Karachi. 29.9.2016: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) MNA Nawab Yousuf Talpur has condemned India for deliberate LOC violations resulting in casualties of Pak army troopers. The Modi government has always ignored the peace process and friendly relations with neighbouring countries in the region especially Pakistan. Indian war mania is in no one’s benefit and India especially the United Nations should realise that the use of tactical weapons for the defence of the motherland Pakistan would be high if India would continue with violations resulting in civilians and military casualties. The UN has to take notice of LOC violations and inflicting casualties inside Pakistan for preventing the strong likelihood of use of any tactical weapon.
The UN and the international community does need any further proof as all proofs are open for declaring India as a country that promotes terrorism within the territory of neighbouring countries especially Pakistan.
In a statement issued by PPP Media Cell Sindh, he said that there is no need of proving India as a terror-promoting state in the region as Indian Prime Minister Modi had on the eve of August 15 this current year openly stated India would punish Pakistan by promoting unrest and terror inside Balouchistan. In addition, an Indian retired Army General Dharmindar Singh had also warned Pakistan as he had stated that Pakistan should take care of Balouchistan, Khyber Pakhtoonkhawa and Sindh.
While addressing Chief of Army Staffs General Raheel Sharif, he said that Pak Army should rest assured that every single Jiala of PPP stands with Pak Army shoulder to shoulder and that if India would wage a full war against Pakistan, the world would witness the unity of the nation with Pak Army, support and resistance against the enemy.
He also urged upon Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif to convene an all party conference on LOC violations by India and announce a national plan to counter the Indian government’s war mania.