PAKISTAN: Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the country will not be part of anyone else’s war, insisting that there was no civil-military divide in the country. Addressing a ceremony at General Headquarters in Rawalpindi on Defence and Martyrs’ Day, remembering the 1965 war with India, Imran Khan said that he was 12 but he and his friends were quite enthusiastic about the defence of the country when they heard about the war.
Khan also talked about investing in human capital by sending children to schools and building hospitals and system of merit so that everyone is treated equally on the pattern of first Muslim state of Medina.
The prime minister also mentioned that all fields in the country including agriculture will prosper once we develop a strong rule of law in the country.
Prime Minister Imran Khan was accompanied by First Lady Bushra Imran, the event was attaended by Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa and other civil and military leaders.