LAHORE Oct 4 (APP): People from various walks of life such as politicians, businessmen and social activists have lauded the holding of parliamentary heads meeting, saying it was need of the hour in the wake of India’s nefarious designs and threats to Pakistan.
“Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has done a commendable job by calling the political leadership to the table for building a consensus on Kashmir, the core issue,” they added.
PML-N Lahore President Pervaiz Malik MNA termed the meeting of parliamentary parties heads on Kashmir issue a “great success” and said a clear message was given to the enemy that Kashmiris were not alone.
They could not be deprived of their right of plebiscite and the occupied forces must quit held valley without any delay.
He called for early resolution of Kashmir issue in accordance with aspirations of Kashmiris and United Nations resolutions.
Parliamentary Secretary for Information and Culture Rana Muhammad Arshad said holding of successful parliamentary parties meeting was another milestone achievement of PML-N government.
He said entire Pakistani nation stands with the Pak armed forces in their defence for the motherland.
Lawmakers – Bao Akhtar and Azma Bukhari said it was good omen that heads of all notable political parties despite differences sat together and showed a spirit of unity for Pakistan. They said now India would not dare to attack Pakistan.
Naeem Mir, a traders’ leader said the Prime Minister had given a strong message to the entire world that Pakistani nation was united and ready to face any onslaught.
“Our army is the best in the world while soldiers of Indian army lack passion to give sacrifices for their country,” he observed.
Human rights activist Mushtaq Ahmed urged the international community to take stock of India’s increasing brutalities toward innocent Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir and press New Delhi to stop the such aggression.
Labour leader Khurshid Ahmed said every Pakistani was standing with the armed forces in their complete support.
He, on behalf of working community, vowed to support government’s every effort to thwart Indian aggression.