Pakistan Has Done Enough to Fight Terror: General Bajwa

Pakistan Has Done Enough to Fight Terror: General Bajwa

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa called on the world to "do more" against terrorism at a tribute to the martyrs of the 1965 war on Pakistan's 52nd Defence Day at General Headquarters on Wednesday.

Addressing the Pakistan Defence Day ceremony on Wednesday, Bajwa said, "Pakistan has made numerous sacrifices fighting terrorism but today the country is being accused of not doing enough to eradicate the menace". "If Pakistan has not done enough in the war against terrorism, nobody has done anything in this direction", he said.

"We wish to have mutually respectful relations with all countries".

General Bajwa, while maintaining that the war imposed on Pakistan would be taken to its logical end, asked the world powers not to hold Pakistan responsible for their failures. "Let us make such a Pakistan where use of power in accordance with Constitution and law should be in hands of the state", he said. And whether we are Punjabi, Pathan, Sindhi, Kashmiri, Gilgiti or Balti, we are ready to sacrifice for Balochistan the way the sons of Balochistan have sacrificed for Pakistan.

Bajwa rejected such accusations and insisted that Pakistan's fight against terrorism was indiscriminate and targeted all militant groups. "From Operation Sher Dil, to Rah-i-Rast, Rah-i-Nijat, Zarb-i-Azab and now Radd-ul-Fasaad, we have paid for each inch [of gains] with our blood".

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In a sly reference to India, Bajwa said, "We are keeping a close watch on the designs of our enemies especially as they attempt to destroy the peace in Balochistan". "But we can not fight the Afghan war in Pakistan", he maintained.

He said the security concerns of Pakistan must be addressed.

He said India, instead of abusing Pakistan and using bullets against Kashmiris, should use diplomatic channels to resolve the Kashmir issue.

Many singers including Shabnam Majeed, Shehzad Roy and Atif Aslam sung anthems to pay tribute to martyrs of Pakistan's armed forces and the people of Kashmir who have given endless sacrifices for decades.

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