Pak foiled Indian aggression after Mumbai Attacks through affective foreign policy: Qureshi


MULTAN: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that Pakistan has foiled Indian aggression and its attempt to isolate Pakistan in the world after Mumbai attacks through its affective foreign policy.

Addressing a public gathering in Union Council Kothi Wala (Multan) here on Monday, the Foreign Minister said that people of Pakistan has seen that India was threatening Pakistan after the Mumbai Attacks but due to the successful foreign policy adopted by PPP led government the International community has forced India to held dialogues with Pakistan.

He said that Pakistan would discuss the issue of water, Kashmir and several other issues with India, adding, they have never compromised on the country’s interests while they would never let any one to do this.

The Foreign Mister assured the gathering that PPP led government would complete its five years tenure while the support of people and workers was with PPP, adding, they have no reservations about Punjab Government while PPP was allied party of PML-N in Punjab.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that the people who were demanding mid term elections were living in fool’s paradise while there was no chance of mid term elections in the country.

He said that PPP government was aware of the problems of the farmers, however the issue of agricultural water crises would be solved by building dams, while Bhasha Dam would be constructed soon.

He said that terrorism has created the economic crisis and law and order situation in the country, however PPP led government was trying to solve these issues. He said that people of Swat and Malakand were living now peacefully after the Army’s operation against militants.

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