Wars are fought to retain dignity not money: Asif Ghafoor Ejaz Shah

RAWALPINDI, Sep 04 (APP):Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor reiterating unflinching support to the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir on Wednesday said wars were fought by nations to retain dignity and honour, but not money.

“Pakistan can go to any limit to support the Kashmiris for their just right to self-determination,” which had been attaining global recognition, he said while addressing a press conference here at the ISPR.

Wars were not fought only with weapons but skills, tactics and above all the initiative, drive and determination to sacrifice, and the armed forces of Pakistan possessed all the required abilities for warring.

When his attention was drawn towards a recent press statement of the Indian defence minister on India’s ‘no first use’ doctrine on the use of nuclear weapons, Major General Asif Ghafoor said it was India’s unilateral initiative.