India diverting attention from water aggression: KBP
August 14, 2013
Kissan Board Pakistan (KBP) has said that India is escalating tension on borders to divert attention from its water aggression against Pakistan and apologetic attitude adopted by Pakistani rulers is encouraging the enemy. KBP Central President Sardar Zafar Hussein Khan in a statement issued on Tuesday urged the rulers to reply to Indian war and water aggression in a befitting manner and whole nation would stand by them.
However, Sardar Zafar said India’s continuous aggression against Pakistan would ruin the peace of this region. He said war is no solution to any conflict rather all disputed matters can be settled through peaceful manner without indulging in any aggression or fight.
Unfortunately, India is ignoring Pakistan’s peaceful, loving and caring response. He said now our rulers should not continue with their pro-Indian attitude. He said recent aggression of India on working boundary and construction of dams on Chenab and other rivers show that wishes of peace and love or goodwill gesture of releasing 350 Indian fishermen could not change the negative mentality of Indians.
KBP Chief said that India should be replied in the same language, which it understand and Pakistan should take immediate steps to end Indian water aggression and its scheme of turning Pakistan in to a barren land. He said 14th August also demand from our rulers to shun all their personal likings or disliking and work for the country and the nation. Courtesy Business Recorder
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