India enemy of both Pakistan, Sri Lanka
Posted on April 27th, 2019

Courtesy Nation (Pakistan)

PDP chief says Easter bombings aim at pitching people of different religions against one another

KARACHI    –   Pasban Democratic Party (PDP) Chairman Altaf Shakoor has said that India is the enemy of both Pakistan and Sri Lanka, and recent terrorism in Sri Lanka seems an international conspiracy for which fingers are being pointed at India.READ MORE: Pakistan U19 tour to Sri Lanka postponed

He was speaking at a candlelight vigil arranged by the PDP here Saturday at Karachi Press Club (KPC) to show solidarity with the government and people of Sri Lanka.

The PDP said that people of Pakistan and Sri Lanka have rendered numerous sacrifices for peace and braved huge human and economic losses besides political instability while fighting terrorism. He pointed out that India is not only the enemy of Pakistan but it is also the enemy of solidarity and peace in Sri Lanka. That’s why fingers are being pointed at India regarding recent terrorism in Sri Lanka,” he alleged.

Shakoor said that the masses of Pakistan and Sri Lanka are bound in the relation of friendship and love. He said that people in Pakistan could easily understand the pain of their Sri Lankan brethren. He said the recent terrorism in Sri Lanka is an international conspiracy so as to pitch people of different religions and faiths against one another.

He said Pakistan and Sri Lanka have always raised voice for global peace. He urged the international community to take steps for a lasting world peace after mutual consultations. He expressed heart-felt condolence to Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.READ MORE: PPP leaders from KP briefs Bilawal on mega corruption of PTI in Billion Tree project

PDP Karachi chapter president Abdul Hakim Quaid, General Secretary Sardar Zulfiqar, PDP Lyari leader Akram Agaria, Amjad Baloch, Fazal Rabi Khan, Aziz Fatima and others were also present. A large number of citizens, PDP workers and peace activists attended the candlelight vigil.

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