Pakistan has once again proved their double standards by blaming India for the hostile situations across the border. Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Wednesday that Pakistan has expressed genuine desire to have peaceful relations with India. He said that ‘it takes two to tango.’ He hit out at India for provoking violence across the border.
While speaking at a seminar in Karachi on ‘Interplay of Economy and Security,’ he said that Pakistan’s external front continues to be in flux. He commented on the neighbours calling India as belligerent Nation and Afghanistan as an unstable nation. He said that Pakistan has been captive in this historical baggage and negative competition.
General Bajwa said that Pakistan is expressing and demonstrating genuine desire to have normal and peaceful relations with India. He said that Pakistan needed a determined effort to pursue National Action Plan and eliminate the setbacks before they become grave threats.
While Pakistan General has been speaking about the aggressiveness of neighbours at present, it was he who stated that they were fully capable of responding to any aggression and warned that the enemy has to pay the unbearable price in case if they attack Pakistan. He challenged that the enemy will have to pay unbearable cost regardless of its size and scale if they lock horns with Pakistan. The statements of Pakistan General become controversial as the world nations began accepting Pakistan as a nation supporting terrorism.