Afghan attack was aimed to damage economy, Enemy nations united to thwart CPEC at any cost, Compromise on border management to fan terrorism.


June 20, 2016

President Pakistan Businessmen and Intellectuals Forum (PBIF), President AKIA, Senior Vice Chairman of the Businessmen Panel of FPCCI and former provincial minister Mian Zahid Hussain on Monday said attack of Afghan army on Torkham border past was an assault on Pakistan’s economy.

Some countries want to us Afghanistan’s military to delay implementation of national action plan so that Pakistan remain destabilized and economic corridor project can be damaged, he said.

Mian Zahid Hussain said that some countries and a super power have join hands to keep Pakistan from progress while Pakistan should foil these conspiracies.

He lauded the retaliation by Pakistan Army which forced Afghans to vacate their positions but criticised the role of foreign office.

Pakistan should not have invited Afghan foreign minister for talks as they have sent deputy foreign minister which is sign of non-serious attitude.

Army wants to achieve final success in the Zarb-e-Azb so that it can concentrate on other things but enemy states have other plans to keep it engaged in terrorism related issues.

Mian Zahid Said that China’s per capita income was less than that of Pakistan and India in 1980 but now it has become the largest trading power. China is planning to push Pakistan’s development through record investments which is now going down well with some countries.

He said that Pakistan has suffered colossal losses in US-led war against terror while the losses can be compensated though CPEC only.

Mian Zahid called upon greater unity among people representing different walks of life to unite to foil unholy designs of enemies.

Nawa e Waqt

Jang Rawalpindi Jasarat Nai Baat  The Nation