Punjab Governor Rafique Rajwana said on Monday that the entire nation stood behind their armed forces in the ongoing war against terrorism.
Talking to British High Commissioner Philip Barton and a 43-member delegation of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) and Air War College Karachi at the Governor’s House, Rajwana said that terrorists had no religion, country or faith and they were enemies of the entire humanity.
He said that “it was our national responsibility to make joint efforts to curb the menace of terrorism and extremism from the country”.
The governor said that the 18 million countrymen were against terrorists and were ready to extend all sorts of cooperation to get rid of them.
On the occasion, British High Commissioner Barton lauded the efforts of the incumbent government for promoting education and resolving the energy crisis issue.