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Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan says Pakistan will handle and deal with the Kulbhushan Jadhav case according to our own laws.

Talking to media after attending a passing out parade of the Frontier Corps (FC) in Warsak, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa on Saturday, Nisar said Jadhav’s arrest helped avert several incidents of terrorism in the country.

Talking about the regional issues , the minister said the “hearts of Pakistanis and Afghans beat together.”

However, he warned Kabul not to talk to Pakistan in India’s language and urged it to solve its own internal and external issues first, instead of blaming Pakistan.

Earlier, in his speech to the cadets, Geo News quoted the minister saying, “Our enemies fund terrorists who carry out violent acts in the name of Islam, but they have nothing to do with religion.”

“You’re not just FC’s soldiers but also soldiers of Islam and Pakistan,” he said, adding that you must protect Pakistan and defeat the handful of people who in the last 15 or so years have spread violence in the country.

Nisar admitted “Terrorism hasn’t completely ended; you [cadets] have to do that.”

Commenting on the infiltration of terrorists from across the border, the minister said work on fencing the border has begun.

He also said that new wings of the FC will soon be raised, and quoting the FC commandant, he said in the last six months alone, thousands of new cadets have passed out of the academy.

Praising the century-old history of the FC, Nisar said hundreds and thousands of FC’s soldiers and officers have sacrificed their lives while serving in this force.

“There are lots of challenges ahead, I pray to God and wish you pass in all of life’s exams and set a good standard of serving the country,” he said.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2017

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