Khawaja Asif visits Indian firing-hit Kundunpur
Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Sunday visited Indian firing hit-Kundunpur village in Sialkot and pledged to give befitting response to India. While talking to media, Khawaja Asif has said armed forces will defend every inch of their motherland at every cost. The Minister said if India tried to impose war on Pakistan, heavy losses will be inflicted on India which it will remember for decades. He said cowardly acts by the Indian forces have strengthened the determination of the nation to defend its motherland. He said India s real face is exposing as it is supporting terrorism in Pakistan and creating tension on borders through unprovoked firing along the working boundary and line of control. He said India is diverting attention from its internal failures by creating tension on the borders. Khawaja Asif said sacrifices of the shuhada will not go waste. He said civilians were severely injured in the unprovoked firing by the Indian border forces. He said Pakistan has proofs of India s interference in Pakistan. He said the Prime Minister will present at the United Nations General Assembly meeting in September this year. Prime Minister will also present these proofs to the US leadership during his America visit in October this year.
On Saturday, Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif announced financial assistance of five lakh rupees each for the heirs of the citizens martyred due to Indian firing in Sialkot. On the direction of Chief Minister, Member Punjab Assembly Mansha Ullah Butt also visited CMH Sialkot and inquired after the injured and presented cheques of financial assistance for seventy five thousand rupees each to 39 injured persons on behalf of Punjab Chief Minister. Members Assembly Armaghan Subhani, Ch. Muhammad Ikram, Member Assembly of Azad Kashmir Ch. Muhammad Ishaq, Arif Harna, Commissioner Gujranwala Shumail Ahmed Kh. DCO Sialkot and other officials were also present on the occasion. Kundunpur was badly affected by the recent unprovoked Indian border forces firing and shelling.