Despite Indian belligerence, Pakistan believes in peaceful neighborhood-Handing over of Chandu Babulal Chohan is a‘gesture of goodwill

Pakistan handed over an Indian soldier, Chandu Babulal Chohan, to Indian authorities at Wagah border on Saturday afternoon. According to Foreign Office, the Indian soldier deserted his check post in occupied Kashmir and crossed the Line of Control over severe grievances with his superiors and leadership. Pakistan convinced the soldier to return to India being an Indian national, and address his grievances through local grievance mechanisms.

Analysts live on Phone:

Dr. Zafar Iqbal Cheema: (Defence Analyst)

Pakistan has handed over an Indian soldier as a good will gesture. Soldiers in Indian army are so much frustrated that they are committing suicides and killing their seniors.

Dr. Farooq Hasnat: (Defence Analyst)

Pakistan has handed over an Indian army soldier today. The security forces have grabbed all the required information from him. Now let us see How does India respond to it. We do not hope good from Modi’s government. Pakistan is always in favour of dialogue with neighbours and wants to resolve all outstanding issues on the table.

Blast in Parachinar vegetable market kills 21- COAS categorically stated that terrorists will fail in their attempt to regain lost relevance

Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa has categorically stated that terrorists will fail in their attempt to regain lost relevance. In a statement following Parachinar blast, he directed for quick evacuation of the injured people and provision of best possible medical treatment to them. Twenty one people were killed and fifty-four injured in a bomb blast at vegetable market in Parachinar, Kurram Agency on Saturday. According to ISPR, the bomb blast occurred at 8:50 am. Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan sought report of the incident.

Analysts live on Phone:

Jan Achakzai: (Leader PML-N)

The menace of terrorism has lost its strength and terrorists are now making out all their efforts to threaten the public. Pakistan has sacrificed a lot in the war on terror. We have lost so many precious lives in the war.

Brig (R) Haris Nawaz: (Defence Analyst)

We have achieved ninety percent success in operation Zarb-E-Azb and ten percent of those who are hiding from the Pakistani forces are causing such unfortunate incidents. Pakistan army has fought with great courage and valor. These terrorists are coming from Afghanistan and India is supporting them. Pakistan and Afghanistan needs to work together to end up this menace.  

Host: Hafiz Abdul Majid 

Co-Host: Dr. Khuram 

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