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Whole nation stands behind army: PM Nawaz

20 April, 2014
KAKUL: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday said that the whole nation was standing united behind its armed forces and the state, despite financial problems, was providing the defence forces with all the possible resources to make the country's defence invincible.

Addressing the participants of a passing out parade of the 129th Pakistan Military Academy (PMA) Long Course, 48th Integrated Course and 3rd Mujahid Course, the prime minister told the newly graduated ... read more

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