Pak Army fighting for country’s survival: Shahbaz





Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif on Tuesday said the Pakistan Army is fighting the war for the survival of country.

Talking to a delegation of Chinese media in Beijing, he said development could be achieved in any sector without elimination of terrorism. He said along with the use of robust socio-economic cooperation, measures will have to be taken for the elimination of terrorism and militancy from the country.

The chief minister said development in all the sectors would only be achieved if menace of terrorism is completely eliminated from the country’s soil.

A high-level delegation, headed by Shahbaz, arrived in Beijing on Sunday to hold meetings with Chinese authorities about projects being implemented with the cooperation of China in Pakistan.




  1. Since it's creation Islamic Pakistan has been govern only by the local english elits in east wing they did great crimes in 1971 east pakistan was lost the english foly continues to hurt Islamic Foundations of Pakistan since 1971 nothing has changed poor pakistanis are suffring no water no railways no electricity no steelmils no gas and of course no work with the populations more then 200-hundard millions our peoples are waiting some Missiah to come and save them?! there is armed Islamic strugle en cours but of course it will take long time to give results!

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