"CPEC a game changer for the region- The global monetary institutions are appreciating Pakistan’s efforts in economic uplift": Analyst
CPEC to give new strategic dimension to regional, global scenario: President
President Mamnoon Hussain expresses the confidence that operations Zarb-e-Azb and Radd-ul-Fasaad would yield positive results soon to make Pakistan a citadel of peace. He was addressing 17th convocation of National Security and War Course at the National Defence University in Islamabad. The President says challenges facing the country multiplied mainly because of extremism and terrorism but Pakistani nation and state institutions emerged victorious in fighting the war of survival. Government and state institutions are courageously implementing the National Action Plan and have taught a bitter lesson to the enemy. A new strategic doctrine would emerge and hoped that institutions like National Defence University would be taking stock of the emerging changes.
Analyst on Telephone:
Murtaza Mughal (President, Pak-Economy Watch)
CPEC is a result of long standing efforts of Pakistan. We supported China and helped it integrating with the world. CPEC is an economic game changer for Pakistan. It has restored the confidence of global community in Pakistan. Despite proxy wars in the country and unnecessary sit-ins by opposition parties, the government has performed really well. CPEC will create more than 700,000 jobs for the people of Pakistan. The global monetary institutions are appreciating Pakistan’s efforts in economic turnaround.
India cannot suppresses the voice of freedom through state terrorism: FO
Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria says the whole world is witnessing the atrocities of Indian troops on innocent people in Occupied Kashmir. In an interview, he says voices are also rising from inside India against human rights violations in the valley. World institutions are terming the ceasefire violations on Line of Control from Indian side as dangerous situation for regional peace. India cannot suppresses the voice of freedom through heinous crime.
Analyst on Telephone:
Maj. Gen. Retd. Farooq Malik (Defence Analyst)
When Modi administration came into power; it started a new and strange policy for Occupied Kashmir. It led to a new wave of resistance by Kashmiri youth and spread awareness everywhere. Now, young girls have also joined hands with freedom fighters in Kashmir. Kashmiri support for Pakistan in cricket match reflects their thinking about Pakistan. This is the third generation of Kashmiris who do not want to join India. Eventually, Indian intellectuals and supporters of freedom will talk about Kashmir. Now, common people of Kashmir have started agitation against brutalities of Indian forces.
Host: Dr. Sajjad Bukhari