- Fawad Chaudhry stated India is behind the Machh bloodbath
- He stated the neighbouring nation can also be concerned in different terrorism and subversive actions throughout Pakistan
- He stated Pakistan has already taken strong, efficient steps to get rid of the menace of terrorism from the nation
ISLAMABAD: The Minister for Science and Expertise Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Thursday held India liable for the Machh bloodbath final week during which 11 coal miners of the Hazara group have been brutally murdered.
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The minister confused that India has additionally been concerned in terrorism and subversive actions throughout Pakistan.
“Prime Minister Imran Khan would surely visit Quetta to share the grief with the bereaved families of victims of the Mach terror incident,” he stated whereas speaking to a personal information channel.
The minister added that Pakistan had already taken strong and efficient steps to get rid of the menace of terrorism from the nation, including that legislation and order state of affairs was significantly better now as in comparison with the tenure of the earlier governments.
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“The valiant armed forces have rendered supreme sacrifices in retaining peace in the country,” he added.
He stated the issues with protestors or victims of Balochistan bloodbath weren’t being dealt with within the correct method.
Replying to a query, he stated that PM Imran Khan is the “only political leader who could take the country out of crises,” including that no political chief of his (PM) stature and capabilities was current within the nation.
“There is no comparison of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Maryam Nawaz with the prime minister,” he added.
Fawad Hussain stated former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has adopted an anti-state agenda to defame the nationwide establishments, together with the judiciary and armed forces.
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