No one dare cast an evil eye on Pakistan, army chief hits back at India

Published: June 10, 2015


Taking note of recent anti-Pakistan rhetoric by Indian politicians, Army chief General Raheel Sharif warned on Wednesday that Pakistan will defeat their designs and defend Pakistan’s territorial integrity at any cost.

“No one should dare cast an evil eye on Pakistan,” the army chief was quoted as saying by DG ISPR Asim Bajwa.

A high-level huddle of the top military commanders at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi warned India not to resort to any ‘misadventure’ against Pakistan.

The stern warning from the top brass came hours after Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore warned that Indian strikes in Myanmar were a message to all countries, including Pakistan and groups harbouring ‘terror intent’ that India would strike at the ‘place and at a time’ of its choosing.

Read: India will strike enemies at ‘place and time’ of its choosing, says minister

Taking strong exception to a series of threats from India, formation commanders’ conference presided over by Army Chief General Raheel Sharif made it clear that Pakistan was ready to defeat Indian ‘designs’ and defend the territorial integrity.

“The forum took serious notice of the recent Indian hostile rhetoric coupled with covert and overt actions to destabilize Pakistan,” the military’s media wing said.

It was termed as  highly regrettable that Indian politicians not only indulge in actions that are in violation of the United Nations’ Charter but also take pride in claiming  their interference in the internal affairs of other states, it added.

The forum was given comprehensive briefings on security environment and professional issues.

The army chief’s statement comes at a time of verbal exchange between the two countries.

During his visit to Bangladesh, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi not only accused Pakistan of spreading terrorism in India but also admitted that India had played a part in the break-up of Pakistan in 1971.

In his address, the army chief while recounting the successes of security forces in Operation Zarb-e-Azb, paid rich tributes to the officers and men for phenomenal successes in the operation and sacrifices they have rendered for the defence of the motherland.

He said, terrorists have been cleared and dislodged from their strongholds in North Waziristan and Khyber Agency and fight now is moving into last few pockets close to Afghan border.

Laying emphasis on continuation of operations till elimination of the last expected and probable terrorists groups and sanctuaries, he exhorted commanders to take all measures to prevent escape of trapped terrorists.

“With entire nation standing behind, we will remain focused on achieving the objective of a terror free and peaceful Pakistan,” he upheld.

Underscoring Pakistan’s multiple and complicated challenges, General Raheel  expressed his optimism, saying that the nation is the most resilient nation in the world and is already on its way to emerge victorious out of these testing times.

“Our main collective aim is to make Pakistan a secure, strong and prosperous country,” he said.

Army chief assures China of CPEC’s smooth completion 

Earlier today, Army chief General Raheel Sharif assured Chinese authorities on Wednesday that there would be no hurdles in the completion of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

The army chief said maximum security has been put in place for the completion of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

General Raheel’s statement during a meeting with Chinese Vice Minister of Ministry of State Security Dong Haizhou at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi.

“Matters relating to bilateral interest, regional security and security of CPEC came under discussion during the meeting,” an Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement said.

Read: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Lines of development – not lines of divide

Security matters in regard to the project were discussed between the two. “China attaches great importance to its relations with Pakistan, and early completion of the project would not only benefit Pakistan and China but also the entire region,” Haizhou was quoted as saying.

China and Pakistan signed a Memorandum of Understanding on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor on July 5, 2013. The agreement was signed during Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit to China.

The CPEC, which will be constructed from 2014 to 2030, talks about integrated links to Chinese One Road, One Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Route. With active consultation of Chinese authorities, Pakistan has prepared a plan to construct three corridors, the western alignment, the central alignment and the eastern alignment. The last one has been picked for development in the first phase.

However, India has strongly opposed the corridor between China and Pakistan. Earlier, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi “very strongly” raised the issue regarding China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) during his recent visit to Beijing, and termed the project “unacceptable”.

Read: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor ‘unacceptable’, Modi tells China

Further, Swaraj communicated Modi’s concerns regarding the $46 billion project, and said that the Indian government had summoned a Chinese envoy to apprise over the corridor that is to run through Pakistani Kashmir.

Earlier, Chinese authorities cautioned local authorities of a possible terror attack aimed at making the project a failure.

According to them, insurgents in Balochistan have prompted security fears for the 3,000-kilometre-long route in the province, a senior security official had told The Express Tribune.

Read: Baloch ire prompts security fears for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

He said in addition to the insurgents, many foreign hostile intelligence agencies could also extend their support to the militants to sabotage some key projects particularly on the eastern alignment — Gwadar to Quetta — where work has already started.

Read: RAW at frontline to sabotage Economic Corridor, China warns Pakistan

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Reader Comments (64)

  • Debilitator
    Jun 10, 2015 - 4:52PM

    Hear hear modi, now go and cry in Bongladesh :(((Recommend

  • Jun 10, 2015 - 4:52PM


  • Kushal
    Jun 10, 2015 - 4:53PM

    I think the best person to give assurance to China is Indian Foreign minister not him.Recommend

  • Shakil
    Jun 10, 2015 - 5:00PM

    Thats re assuring and chief means business unlike our politicos who would say anything and keep repeating it over and over without meaning anything.Recommend

  • nabidad
    Jun 10, 2015 - 5:53PM

    Bravo Rahil Sharif, a real Lion of Pakistan. We want to listen that tune from Nawaz Sharif as well… Recommend

  • hmak
    Jun 10, 2015 - 5:55PM

    Salute to you sir!!Recommend

  • Kishan
    Jun 10, 2015 - 5:56PM

    True face of India. The nuisance and envy is no more hidden. Pathetic!Recommend

  • Cynic Waheed
    Jun 10, 2015 - 5:58PM

    That should suffice for wetting the pants of Indians! :D Sirr Jee you rock!!Recommend

  • Someone
    Jun 10, 2015 - 6:06PM

    India does not seem to have learnt much from 1947, when Azad Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan were freed right under its nose and made part of Pakistan. They now have to use Bangladesh as a parrot point, whose actual credit goes to the Bengalis, not Indians. And even most Bengalis don’t like the Indians. It is time to invade this country of Hindutva fundamentalists that is a source of tensions and nuisance in the region. Recommend

  • Abid Shah Mashwani
    Jun 10, 2015 - 6:15PM

    Great to see a clear message from one of the world strong military, but sorry to see this when a so called government with more than two third majority of the people couldnt find a foreign Minister or a Defense Minister who will address such hostile rhetorics of enemy. Recommend

  • Patriotic Pakistani
    Jun 10, 2015 - 6:17PM


  • Me
    Jun 10, 2015 - 6:22PM

    Hail my lion!!!! That’s the language these Hindus-tanis understand. After every decade they need some masala. But this time this tarka from Pakistan will be tooo spicy!!!
    Long Live Pak Army!Recommend

  • Muhammad Shoaib
    Jun 10, 2015 - 6:59PM

    @nabidad: Very well said. The whole nuclear Pakistani Nation is solidly behind you General Raheel sharief. Genral Raheel you are the voice of whole nation and we salute you, you will find us all shoulder to shoulder with you against any enemy of Pakistan. You will find us around you with a single of your call. May Allah bless you.Recommend

  • Azi
    Jun 10, 2015 - 7:02PM

    If you set aside the raging chauvinism from both sides and look at the reality of matter. We were issued such threats after 26/11 of surgical strikes. Its now 2015, 7 years and counting yet they cannot muster enough courage to attempt it. Lets put aside nuclear weapons as well. The conventional response will also drag both nations to war.

    I think some cool minded people need to realize that Pakistan =/= Myanmar. The rest of delusional can keep it up, its probably one of the very few things that keeps their dying faith in IA. Recommend

  • Haider
    Jun 10, 2015 - 7:02PM

    Bravo to Raheel Shareef..Fantastic army chief in recent times.Country is in safe hands Recommend

  • Listener
    Jun 10, 2015 - 7:16PM

    It’s not Army Chief job to react on every idiot’s statement across the border. The Minister in the Cabinet should do their job. But I think Ministers are busy in looting and making their empires, so they don’t know what’s going around. Though Ch. Nisar gave response but again it is not his ministery. Recommend

  • DNiwasi
    Jun 10, 2015 - 7:21PM

    You didn’t free it, we did not send in troops until Maharaja signed the treaty..all for the sake of principles…..and don’t forget, your cowardly army always sends in insurgents or its jawans in the garb of insurgents…we know how courageous your army is…we saw it in Kargil…not even claiming the dead bodies of your soldiers…torturing Indian soldiers out of hate while we treated your fallen with respect…..we know what you are made of.Recommend

  • shahid
    Jun 10, 2015 - 7:24PM

    And the one who needs to make such statements remains utterly quiet. I absolutely fail to understand why can’t Nawaz Sharif grow some spine. What is wrong with him? Does he consider hindustan his other home?Recommend

  • Sarwar
    Jun 10, 2015 - 7:54PM

    Rehman Malik 2.0Recommend

  • cautious
    Jun 10, 2015 - 7:59PM

    I suppose that “defend territorial integrity” rhetoric excludes USA drones? Recommend

  • Bobb Mack
    Jun 10, 2015 - 8:01PM

    A full time foreign minister will be an advantage but currently Gen Raheel Shareef is being the right man for issues facing Pakistan. Thankfully both the military and political leadership have a good alignment of objectives and our neighbour’s frequent propaganda of our foreign policy being run entirely by our army has no listeners.

    The general has said what the Indian leadership wanted him to say. How stupid to initiate threats and then hiding in your holes once the enemy has roared a counter warning. India should remember that they got away with Kargil because at the time our leadership was divided and bc of Clintons intervention….it could be altogether different this time. So Mr Modi stop hallucinating and working under clouded mentality.

    Remember never to do any hot pursuits into our territory. if some non state actors from our terrritory, because of their own reasons and motivations, do carry out any terror attack in your country just provide us enough evidence and we will, as under UN guidelines catch the perpetrators and bring them to law. Proceedings against Lakhvi are still in the court and if India does not provide enough evidence acceptable to our courts the man may go free as per rules. Do not blame us or mislead your people.

    Modi’s ongoing ranting and warning to other countries seems to originate from his unstable self image which seems to oscillate between a Chai Wala humble but ferocious radical Hindu and a new suited booted baboo with swollen head. But most important is his calculation that his stars have come close to those of America so that India is protected for ever. He knows well that American interest in India is mainly trade but America has more stakes in China in that respect. America also knows the importance of keeping a balance in SA and importance of Pakistan who made them to emerge as a sole world power. So although India may go on buying or stealing US tech and support in geo- political issues but any outright Pak-US rift is not going to happen in the immediate future.Recommend

  • Czar of Subcontinent
    Jun 10, 2015 - 8:52PM

    I dont want to debate which side is stronger or which side is right, but this issue has exposed one thing; when it comes to maturity , India needs to learn things or few from PakistanRecommend

  • Jun 10, 2015 - 9:18PM


  • rp
    Jun 10, 2015 - 9:26PM

    Myanmar action has stirred PakistanRecommend

  • Roussou
    Jun 10, 2015 - 9:27PM

    Bring it on India. We have nothing to lose. If we go down, rest assure we’ll drag you along with us and all your economic growth will melt in the air. Mark that!!Recommend

  • Someone
    Jun 10, 2015 - 9:42PM

    DNiwasi: How about reading history written by proper academics instead of your Indian narratives. Read The Untold Story of the People of Azad Kashmir by Christopher Snedden who debunks your revisionist garbage history, and explains the origins of the Kashmir dispute lay, not in the invasion by Pushtoon tribesmen from Pakistan, but in the protests by the Kashmiri people of Poonch and Mirpur against the Government of Maharaja Hari Singh.

    Kashmir’s accession to India was not only illegal, it was a negation of the mechanisms allowing people of princely states to decide who to merge with. India manipulated Singh to accede to India to extend its illegal hand on the territory and use it to occupy the region. That still could not stop it from losing one-third of the state. Azad Kashmir is called Azad for a reason. Jammu and Kashmir remains the unfinished agenda and Pakistan will continue to raise the issue of J&K until the Kashmiri people are given the option to decide their fate. No one’s even considering India in the picture here. India is just a nuisance standing between Kashmir and the Kashmiri people’s freedom.Recommend

  • Salman Hussen
    Jun 10, 2015 - 9:43PM

    Masha ALLAH….. whole nation with you PAK ARMY ZINDABAD…. Recommend

  • Jibran
    Jun 10, 2015 - 9:59PM

    Hollow words. Don’t know about others, but the US does it. Lowly terrorists do it all the time. Even lowlives like Mullah Aziz, Malik Ishaq, Ludhianvi continue to make mockery of the security establishment on a regular basis. I’ll give credence to his words only after such snakes are tackled not fed.Recommend

  • War is tragedy
    Jun 10, 2015 - 10:29PM

    It takes two to tango. No one wants a war. Haven’t you seen recent wars happening in middle east and Afghanistan etc. I hope security establishment of both the countries are playing with words and no one means business. I have family living in Pakistan and friends living In India. I want no one to suffer because of egoistic politicians.
    Modi should lower down his tone and so should Pakistan. This is useless stirring up of emotions and tension. Both sides should chilaxe. Recommend

  • Rex Minor
    Jun 10, 2015 - 10:36PM

    Our main collective aim is to make Pakistan a secure, strong and prosperous country,” he said.

    I guess he meant bankrupt instead of prosperous. His cabinet is larger than that of Nawaz Sharif, alost looks simialr to the former Soviet poliburoThe Chinese are no fools, they are already negotiating with the Talibans direct to assure security before they risk chinese lives in the process!!

    Rex MinorRecommend

  • Nitin
    Jun 10, 2015 - 11:52PM

    India warns terrorists, why are you responding?Recommend

  • Dr.M.M. Khan
    Jun 10, 2015 - 11:52PM

    Let us face it.Both India and Pakistan have new leaders. The former has a confrontaional. style which is nothing new,while the latter is a appeaser(as usual). He even travelled to Delhi to attend the former’s inaugration. Pakistani PM is perceived to be weak and hence the COAS ‘s robust response. It is all sabre rattling and one hopes no one makes a miscalculation. Let sanity pervail. The crying need of the day is dialogue and not threats. Let us have a proper Foreign Minister in Pakistan.Recommend

  • Parvez
    Jun 11, 2015 - 12:06AM

    The TTP have cast the ‘ evil eye ‘ on Pakistan for a long time………and got away with it.Recommend

  • Pakistani
    Jun 11, 2015 - 12:13AM

    @War is tragedy:
    Tell this to India which started it all.Recommend

  • st
    Jun 11, 2015 - 12:36AM

    All hot air. Results speak for themselves. When chips were down., what did Pakistan Army do in 9717879065 and Kargil? Also, if you don’t harbour terrorists, there is nothing to worry about.Peace helps ever body. Congratulate Pal Army for actions not words. What is wrong with this picture? Out of over 200 countries only Army chief inPakistan makes statements like this. Elsewhere, they would be fired. Good governance please is needed for Pakistan to advance.Recommend

  • Frank Martin
    Jun 11, 2015 - 1:01AM

    Too much fuss on media these days about Indian PM’s recent visit to Bangladesh where he admitted India’s role in breaking Pakistan during Bangladesh liberation war.
    Isn’t it a known fact that Pakistan army shamefully surrendered to Indian army in 1971? What’s so new in this? If Pakistan was in India’s place then Pakistan would have done exactly the same what India did at that time, because this is what any country would do whom you call your enemy. Period!Recommend

  • Jiggy
    Jun 11, 2015 - 1:39AM

    When the army general speaks, it is clear that Pakistan has no clue how to deal with the situation….Nowhere in the world does the military speak on such matters. It is the civilian boss to has the command.Recommend

  • Raj - USA
    Jun 11, 2015 - 1:53AM

    Don’t mess with Pakistan’s brave and capable army. India should not keep threatening Pakistan’s army. It is not 1971. Pakistan’s army is nuclear armed now. Any continued threatening from India will lead to unpredictable reaction from Pakistan’s army.

    93,000 surrendered in 1971, and this time, 600,000 will surrender. What will India do then?

    P.S.: Appropriate/inappropriate Strong Text intentional. Recommend

  • hamza
    Jun 11, 2015 - 2:11AM

    to those who say defense budget is too high, this is the type of neighbor we are dealing with. Either spend money on security or wait for Hindus to take over this country. Recommend

  • Cool Henry
    Jun 11, 2015 - 2:16AM

    @raheel sharif:
    Did not see you concerned when the attackers of Malala were let go….’probably because Pakistani military is scared of Taliban with guns….and it can fight only with unarmed civiliansRecommend

  • Zahid
    Jun 11, 2015 - 2:21AM

    Salute General Raheel Sharif, Sir we all pakistani stand shoulder to shoulder with our Arms forces, we know how to defend our country God blessings you general sb
    long live Pakistan Army, Pakistan zindabadRecommend

  • zid
    Jun 11, 2015 - 2:35AM

    @Rex Minor:
    Does Indian Army Chief has a cabinet of his own because believe me our Army Chief does not has one. We are eliminating terrorists, whether they are among talibans or banned outfits. Chinese are talking with Talibans, those who are ready to listen.Together we’ll find a way forward. Wait and watch. Meanwhile don’t you try to spoil the game. Recommend

  • Shahzaib Hussain (The Great Pak)
    Jun 11, 2015 - 2:42AM

    I salute to you General, Brilliant remarks although indians are just know how to speak and all that, they just understand these kind of comments, wait indians let me just introduce in my Pak Army <3. I shall definitely recall your offspring to you all In sha Allah ….Recommend

  • Professor
    Jun 11, 2015 - 6:23AM

    @Someone: “allowing people of princely states to decide who to merge with”
    Not another half-baked theory again! Laws of accession are well established in the world and cannot be challenged. Besides, Maharaja Hari Singh didn’t head a democracy. He didn’t have to ask the people about anything. What kind of vote did Mir Ahmad Yar Khan seek in Balochistan before being coerced to accede to Pakistan? Get your facts straight. Recommend

  • zain
    Jun 11, 2015 - 7:43AM


    Maybe go and mind your own business: just few weeks ago more than 3000 people died in a heat wave; what does this mean? India is progressive, and politicians are aware about their priorities? Recommend

  • Prashant
    Jun 11, 2015 - 8:12AM

    Actions speak louder than words. But it seems to be the other way around.Recommend

  • Kolsat
    Jun 11, 2015 - 8:32AM

    If Pakistan’s army officers ensured that no Pakistani person crosses border into India causes some damage and then retreats to pakistan then there would be no reason for Indian army to chase the terrorists and for general to issue ultimatums. Then evryone will live in peace. It this simple but has the army got guts to stop terrorists from crossing the border and enter India?.Recommend

  • Kolsat
    Jun 11, 2015 - 8:43AM

    @Someone: If you remember any history not written by a Pakistani but a real historian you would realise the Indian army had marched right upto lahore but Nehru who then the Prime Minister of India stopped the army’s advance and took the issue to UN where it is langushing. Also remember the results of all wars and invasions pakistan tried against India in the past. By the way why is the Army issuing these statements? Where are Sharif and his froeign Minister? Recommend

  • Kolsat
    Jun 11, 2015 - 8:53AM

    @Cool Henry: No he did not speak then because bigger power than him was involved of whom is frightened.Recommend

  • DG
    Jun 11, 2015 - 9:01AM

    I see the apprehension that India might do the same with Pakistan. If this apprehension is correct then there is also an inherent admission that Pakistan is being used by terrorists who cross the boundary for terrorism and that is in their knowledge.

    If that is so and Pakistan is against this, then Pakistan should take actions against those terrorists.

    If Pakistan is sure that Pakistan is not used for launching terrorism, then they should not be apprehensive and rather they should cooperate.

    If both these are not happening they will have hard time to explain their cause of the apprehension.

    Hope this passes the ET censor boardRecommend

  • Asif
    Jun 11, 2015 - 10:03AM

    @Professor: You did not give two hoots about the laws of accession when the Raja of Junagadh was acceding to Pakistan. You did not give two hoots about the laws of accession when you invaded Hyderabad, Goa and other states. Please take your garbage revisionism elsewhere.Recommend

  • nabidad
    Jun 11, 2015 - 10:32AM

    @Cool Henry: How come you forgot about other girls who were also badly injured in cowardly attack no one is talking about them? Malala is a brave daughter of Pakistan, so no need for others to worry about her. Recommend

  • Sharath Chandra
    Jun 11, 2015 - 10:50AM

    They were saying the same thing in 1948,1965,1971 & 1999. Recommend

  • Proud Pakistani
    Jun 11, 2015 - 11:03AM

    I think we should be very afraid. The indian army is really strong and if they come after us then our cities would fall like 9 pins. The recent covert ops in Myanmar assert the fact that Indian military is among the best in the world..there special forces are certainly better than Americans. The govt and the army shouldn’t make stupid comments to instigate them because the results would be catastrophicRecommend

  • Asad
    Jun 11, 2015 - 11:08AM

    I think we should be very afraid. The indian army is really strong and if they come after us then our cities would fall like 9 pins. The recent covert ops in Myanmar assert the fact that Indian military is among the best in the world..there special forces are certainly better than Americans. The govt and the army shouldn’t make stupid comments to instigate them because the results would be catastrophic Recommend

  • Asad
    Jun 11, 2015 - 11:11AM

    I think we should be very afraid. The indian army is really strong and if they come after us then our cities would fall like 9 pins. The recent covert ops in Myanmar assert the fact that Indian military is among the best in the world..there special forces are certainly better than Americans. The govt and the army shouldn’t make stupid comments to instigate them because the results would be catastrophic Recommend

  • Proletarian
    Jun 11, 2015 - 1:35PM

    Pakistan Army can even defeat the Taliban, it sits quiet and lets the US carry our drone strikes and kill Bin Ladin right under their nose. What hope does it have against India? Pakistan’s place in the world is measured by the economic condition of Pakistan, not its “s-called” strategic location, which brings more trouble than benefit. The Army needs to cool down. We are fast becoming a province of China. Soon our military leadership will be replaced by Chinese Generals and all these proud generals will store owners in London, good riddance I say.Recommend

  • Zeeshan Niazi
    Jun 11, 2015 - 5:54PM

    We dont want to invade India but if they invade us than always ready to fight a war against them.
    They have bigger forces than us but we have bigger hearts than them.
    Pakistan zindabad, PAK Army paindabad.Recommend

  • Tariq Babar
    Jun 11, 2015 - 7:27PM

    Actually if we look to our past,The Muslims always were the rulers and they did the ruling with justice and with open heartedly.we all are the blood of those great people and only Muslim when say Allah Akbar, the enemy could not stand.Pak Army is one of the best army. Our Army not only defend Pakistan they defend entire Muslim ummah.In the present scenario India knows that it cannot stand firm against Pakistan and pak Army.Mr Modi is a failed politician and making his Nation fool.Recommend

  • numbersnumbers
    Jun 12, 2015 - 8:30AM

    @Tariq Babar:
    BTW, how are things going in EAST PAKISTAN these days????
    And curious that the “BEST” Pakistani Army is NOT DEFENDING the Ummah against ISIS!!!Recommend

  • Raghu
    Jun 12, 2015 - 10:07AM

    Pak wants peace. It doesnt want to invade India. But it also doesnt want to let go of its policy of bleeding India with thousand cuts sending insurgents for over 45 years. It will be a record if it continues for another 5 years. LOL yet Pakistan expects India should be patient,all its leaders are war mongerers and Pak leaders should give answer to India in high decible language. Cant Pak take few criticisms. I wonder what minds and hearts Pak people have become. All that Indian leaders said were true. Pak is creating nuisance in India’s neighborhood and it will pursue terrorists into Pak land. Its so bizarre that I find all Pakistanis raising on their toes to utter profanity and heap harsh words on Modi when he said what is supposd to be said by an leader of any country that he wont take any more violence and will retaliate.
    Pak doesnt have genuine answers. instead it resorts to rhetoric chest thumping.Recommend

  • saud
    Jun 13, 2015 - 8:47PM

    The Indian government were well know that Pakistan is an atomy power but they have to know that Pakistan have another power which is known as education , I said education because education is a powerful weapon which can we use to destroy the world and an country which is named as India or bharathRecommend

  • Abdullah
    Aug 1, 2015 - 12:03PM

    @Kolsat: Dear this time u would not b left with the choice to go to UN to step in Lahore; rather for reclaiming Dehli u must be ready a begging request written. This time u will not be left to narrate ur made history. Ofcourse this time action will b loud and clear, just wait and watchRecommend

  • umair waqar
    Sep 14, 2015 - 7:56PM

    sir I salute to my dear and great general Raheel Shareef and also a special salute to our great pak army and Pakistan was the best is the best and will be the best Insha AllahRecommend

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