Pakistan Air Force Eagles are the pride of the nation: Usman Buzdar
Lahore, August 28, 2019 (PPI-OT): Deputy Chief of Air Staff (Training) Air Vice-Marshal Amir Masood and Air Officer Commanding Central Air Command Air Vice Marshal Tariq Zia called on Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar here on Wednesday. The Chief Minister paid tributes to the services and professional capabilities of Pakistan Air Force for defending the air boundaries of the country and appreciated the gallantry and bravery of PAF eagles. He said that brave PAF eagles foiled the wicked designs of the enemy in February.
The PAF has given a befitting reply to the Modi government and it will be given a befitting reply in case of any further aggression. We pay our highest regards to the PAF eagles that defend the air frontiers of the country, he added. He said that PAF eagles are the pride of the nation and the brave sons of the country, which are deputed to protect the motherland, are our heroes. The PAF is amongst the finest air forces of the world which has written a history of bravery for the protection of the country and the nation is proud of our air force eagles, he said.
He said the whole nation is standing shoulder to shoulder with the armed forces of Pakistan and no compromise will be made on the integrity and security of the country. The Chief Minister said that Indian deceits and lies about Occupied Kashmir have been badly exposed and the Modi government is trying not to be ashamed of. He said the role played by the PAF in nation-building is praiseworthy and its services in health and education sectors are worthwhile. Similarly, PAF has also played a leading role in relief activities during natural calamities. Cooperation between the Punjab government and PAF will be continued in health and education sectors and every possible cooperation will be extended with regard to early completion of a cadet college in Fort Munroe, he added.
Pakistan will be siding with Kashmiris till last breath: Chief Minister Usman Buzdar has said that illegal and unconstitutional steps taken by Narendra Modi with regard to Occupied Kashmir are being condemned the world over. The Indian government has turned the Occupied Kashmir into a virtual garrison fort while the Kashmiris are going through unbearable pain and miseries due to the prolong curfew. In a statement, the Chief Minister said that further silence of international human rights bodies, on the barbarity and savagery of Indian occupied forces, would be a criminal negligence and the international community will have to be awakened to remain safe from large-scale human catastrophe.
He said the Modi government has tried to hoodwink the whole world on the issue of Occupied Kashmir while Prime Minister Imran Khan has vigorously projected Indian cunningness and mean approach. He said the Pakistani nation is ready to give all sort of sacrifices for the sake of Kashmiri people. Kashmiris are not alone nor would they ever be, he added. He said that the Pakistani nation will be standing with the Kashmiris till the last breathe because we have a special attachment with Kashmir.
CM condoles the death of mother of Younis Khan: Chief Minister Usman Buzdar has condoled the death of the mother of Younis Khan, former captain of the national cricket team. He extended sympathies and prayed that may Allah Almighty rest the departed soul in eternal peace.
CM takes notice of death of a boy: Chief Minister Usman Buzdar has taken notice of a news item about the death of a boy due to non-administration of anti-venom vaccine in time in teaching hospital DG Khan and has sought a report from secretary health and Commissioner DG Khan Division. He has directed to investigate the matter adding that action be initiated against the persons responsible for this negligence. He has also extended sympathies to the bereaved family and assured that provision of justice will be ensured at every cost.
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