Islamabad, Sept. 6 (TNS): President Mamnoon Hussain and Prime Minister Imran Khan in their separate messages on the occasion, said that people of Pakistan demonstrated unsurpassed national unity and stood by their armed forces to thwart the evil designs of the enemy.
They emphasized that resolution of Kashmir issue in light of the UN resolutions is imperative for peace in the region.
In his message, the President said the sacrifices rendered by our valiant armed forces and the nation call for carrying on the spirit of September by forging unity among our ranks and fostering collective consciousness and wisdom as these traits are imperative to defeat the evil designs and conspiracies of the enemy.
The Prime Minister in his message said that Pakistan believes in peaceful coexistence and wants to promote mutual cooperation with the world, including neighbors on the basis of equality.
He said the people of Pakistan will leave no stone unturned in defending their motherland, while standing side by side with valiant armed forces of the country.
Imran Khan said we will face all the challenges, while following Quaid-i-Azam’s principles of Unity, Faith, and Discipline.
He also paid rich tribute to all the martyrs and Ghazis for their sacrifices in defending motherland and assured their families that every possible step will be taken for their welfare.
In a message Chief Minister Balochistan Mir Jam Kamal Khan says the same enemy is involved in worsening the situation of the country especially in Balochistan which had invaded our country in 1965.
He said the unprecedented achievements made by the security forces in elimination of menace of terrorism in the country, reveal the fact that the moral of strong Pakistani armed forces is still high and they are ready to sacrifice their lives for the sake of stability of Pakistan.
Later, Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad in his message said that the Pakistan Railways has not forgotten martyrs and Ghazis which is also depicted by the pictures and messages of the martyrs displayed on trains.