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Country needs leader like Musharraf: APML
January 24, 2013
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KARACHI: The All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) said that disclosure of Indian home minister that Shiv Sena and RSS are involved in terrorism in the country (India), has opened the eyes of anti-Pakistan elements.

In a statement issued from central information secretariat, APML Central Secretary Information Aasia Ishaque has said that Indian home minister had disclosed this during meeting of Congress that Shiv Sena and RSS are involved in terrorism in India and these organisations had established training camps in their country as well.

She said that following this, government of Pakistan should take this matter in to United Nations that said organisations had the direct role in spreading of terrorism in India and Pakistan.

She said that APML has opposed very type of terrorism from the day one as it knows that anti-country elements would not let any kind of development in our country that’s why they are engaged in terrorism activities here, she added.

She stressed that to face the enemies like India, there is dire need of a leader like Pervez Musharraf who can talk with enemies face to face while, current rulers are only busy in looting the treasury of the country. Aasia said that current rulers have not the courage even to face the anti-elements while, Musharraf had shut the mouth of Indian TV anchor and represented the courage of 180 million people of the country.

“Pervez Musharraf had not only represented the courage of 180 million people but he also defended the Pak Army in that programme” APML leader added.

Indo-Asian News Service

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