Published: Mon, December 18, 2017
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Pakistan falls victim to terrorism after becoming USA ally: Nasir Janjua

Pakistan falls victim to terrorism after becoming USA ally: Nasir Janjua

He complained that despite suffering a lot in this war on terror, both in terms of lives and economy, the worldwide community had not looked upon the sacrifices in a positive attitude.

Addressing a seminar on issues of national security here, Janjua claimed that India has been stockpiling a range of risky weapons and it threatens Pakistan continuously of conventional warfare.

He said the country's nuclear programme is also being targeted while USA is not paying heed to weapons stock that India has been piling up.

"Pakistan has faced heaviest economic and human loss in this fight", he said.

The security adviser stated that Pakistan has to first deal with the challenges it is facing at the moment.

National Security Adviser (NSA) to Prime Minister Lt Gen  (retd) Nasir Janjua said the world community needed to recognise Pakistan " s sacrifices in war against terrorism as the country suffered the most as compared to other nations.


He made the statement while addressing a seminar here on Monday.

"Indian political and military leadership threatened to attack Pakistan but they should keep in mind that Pakistan is a nuclear power and such ambition could push the region into nuclear war", he said.

Talking about law and order situation in the Country, Nasser Janjua said that now miscreants are surrendering in Balochistan while security situation in Country's western province as well as in Karachi has now largely been improved.

He said the United States has been failed in Afghanistan as Taliban continue to gain foothold in the country.

The Senior Visiting Research Fellow at Kings Colleges London and Former Director at the UK Foreign and Common Wealth Office Tim Willasey in his address shed lights on "Challenges for the National Security for the 2020s".

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