NSA asks global community to shun discrimination against Pakistan

Pakistan and India must engage in dialogue to resolve outstanding disputes, says Nasir Khan Janjua

News Desk April 05, 2016
File photo of NSA General Nasir Khan Janhua. PHOTO: AFP

National Security  Adviser Nasir Khan Janjua has urged the global community to shun the policy of discrimination against Pakistan and ensure strategic stability in the region.

Pakistan supports political reconciliation for revival of peace and tranquility in the region, Janjua said, according to Radio Pakistan.

The adviser was addressing a conference titled “Promoting Global Peace” in Islamabad on Tuesday.

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The statement comes less than two weeks after security forces apprehended an Indian spy allegedly belonging to the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), accused of fomenting terrorism in Karachi and Balochistan.

The adviser called upon Pakistan and India to engage in dialogue in order to resolve outstanding disputes and invest in peace for the security of future generations.

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Janjua also reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to fight the war on terror, saying the country had made major strides to rid the country of the menace.

Being successful, we will connect the world with the central Asian states besides providing gateway to China, he added.

Regarding the challenges being faced by the Muslim world, the adviser stressed conflicts should not be allowed to flourish and affect global peace as a result.

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Other speakers on the occasion expressed concerns that acts of terror were being perpetrated inside the country by India.

They observed that regional peace relied on the just resolution of Jammu and Kashmir dispute in accordance with the resolutions of United Nations.


Seriously | 6 years ago | Reply Pakistan’s claim to fighting a global war on terror is very weak. IT is oly fighting its own insurgents. Yes, it can claim to have taken a lot of money from US as a fight in the global fight against terror. But did it actually fulfill its part? Answering the following questions will addres that? - Where was OBL found? - Did the country attempt to find and punish those who may have given OBL shelter or punish the person who outed OBL? - Where did Mullah Omar have his safe haven? - Who hid the news of his death for two years to prevent Afghan Taliban from being demoralized during the years of US surge in Afghanistan? - What about LeT and JeM openly collecting funds and animal hides during Eid?
Politically Incorrect | 6 years ago | Reply Mr. Janjua, how about you guys shunning all kinds of terrorist groups first & not just the ones affecting you?
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