Islamabad: Adviser on National Security Genrasl® Nasir Khan Janjua emphasized the need for immediate dialogue between India and Pakistan to settle their disputes through dialogue. Nasir Khan Janjua highlighted the Pakistan’s policy of dialogue with but regrettably said same sincerity is unseen from other side. He was addressing the seminar Pakistan’s role in Promoting Global Peace & Security organized by Global Affairs Magazine here in Islamabad. Former Foreign secretary Akram Zaki, Editor In Chief Global Affairs Chaudry Shezad Akhra, Executive Editor Global Affairs Farrah Azeem Shah, Mayor of Islamabad Ansar Shehzad, scores of diplomats and civil society representatives participated in the seminar.
Nasir Khan Janjua said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has peaceful vision towards our neighborhood and he has a desire to resolve all outstanding issues with India through dialogue and peaceful means. Both the countries possess nuclear weapons and implications of even a single nuclear weapon being used will be disastrous for the peoples of the region, Janjua added.
According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, India stands second in the list of countries which are spending the most on their military expenditures. Harbouring sordid designs against Pakistan, which is also now crystal clear from the recent revelations of RAW officer Kulbushan Yadav, it appears that India is deliberately enhancing its military related spending in order to put more pressure on Pakistan which can not give matching response to India’s ever increasing defence budget because of fiscal constraints.
On the occasion Adviser on National Security Genrasl® Nasir Khan Janjua informed the audience about the Indian threats based on facts and figures, saying In fact, the Indian war mongering and belligerence towards Pakistan is not new and known to everybody. Especially after the installation of Modi led government, the Indian side has up the ante and using different tactics to pin down the neighboring country as well as malign it internationally. As regards its arms build up, but this piling up of weapons stock on the Indian side should ring alarm bells not only in the regional countries but also the world at large as these would have adverse ramifications for peace and security.