Pakistan fully capable to combat all challenges: President

The nation and armed forces have rendered huge sacrifices for defence of country, says President


Web Desk June 15, 2015
The nation and armed forces have rendered huge sacrifices for defence of country, says President. PHOTO: AFP

ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain addressing a convocation at National Defence University, Islamabad on Monday said that with the support of the nation and armed forces, Pakistan is fully capable to combat all challenges it is facing, Radio Pakistan reported. 

The president at the ceremony also said that the government is making sincere efforts to revive the economy and ensure internal security through flushing out terrorists.

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Further, he added that the government will not be able to achieve peace and prosperity until the nation unites as one, reminding the guests of the sacrifices made by the nation and the armed forces for the sake of peace and security in the country.

In an attempt to condemn India for its its propaganda against the proposed China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), President Hussain said "The nation must stand by the government and armed forces to overcome the challenges being faced by the country."

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The president reinstated that regardless of numerous accusations from other countries regarding the corridor, the government is adamant to complete project given its importance for the prosperous future of the country.

COMMENTS (4)

Dan | 6 years ago | Reply Sorry Mr. President. I agree to disagree. Pakistan is not fully capable. If Pakistan is capable then why do you people always threaten to use nukes? It is because you know that without your nukes your armed forces are nothing.
Sharath Chandra | 6 years ago | Reply but, With lot of financial aid .
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