Pakistan victim of post 9/11 scenario: Ch. Nisar
19 January, 2014
ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Saturday said Pakistan is in state of war and passing through the most difficult times challenging its existence.
He complained that the world has not acknowledged sacrifices of Pakistan made in war against terrorism.
Addressing to police officials passing out parade here, the minister said that Pakistan had no role in 9/11 incident in United States but Pakistan has suffered more than any country in the world in post 9/11 scenario.
"The rest of world became safer after 9/11 incident that took place in New York but Pakistan which had no role in the incident became most unsafe place on the planet", Ch. Nisar said.
"Pakistan has been suffering more than any country in the world in post 9/11 scenario, thousands of Pakistanis security forces personnel, innocent men, women and children have lost their lives in this war against terror but even after no one in the world acknowledged our sacrifices", the minister added.
He stressed the police force to play its efficient role in extraordinary situation in the country saying that Pakistan is in state of war and passing through the most difficult time in its history.
The minister also urged the police force to fight with terrorists standing shoulder by shoulder with Pakistan army.
"Police should play its role for a country with no terrorism, sectarian violence, crimes and to maintain rule of law", Nisar said.
He said terrorists are not only targeting security forces but innocent people of this country.
"You are not servants of the government but the servants of the people of this state," the minister stressed the police added that Pakistan needs heroes.