Fawad Ch says Modi getting award in UAE disappointed us
LAHORE – Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry said Pakistan is disappointed over UAE’s act of granting award to PM Modi.
Addressing a press conference in the provincial capital after a visit to the Child Protection & Welfare Bureau (CP&WB), Chaudhry noted that two nuclear powers were determinedly facing off each other at present and that the world needed to resolve the Kashmir issue right away.
He said we would break India s hand "if they raised a finger on us" and "if they showed a fist, we will break their jaw".
"Wars are not a choice; if a war is imposed on us, we will fight," the minister stressed. "If they raise a finger on us, we ll break their hand, if they show a fist, we will break their jaw.
"If India wants peace, we re standing [ready] for peace but if they want a war, we re standing [prepared] for a war. Our Army … and everyone, including children … are ready to fight," he added.
With regard to Muslim countries that had to date failed to raise their voice for the plight of the oppressed Kashmiri people, Chaudhry said: "What can we say?"
"If any Muslim nation cannot feel the pain of Kashmiris, what can we say? What s the use of a leadership that cannot stand strong with their Kashmiris brethren?"