Pakistan to continue steps for peace, says Nawaz

Oct 10, 2013| Courtesy by :

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Thursday that Pakistan is a peace-loving country and it would continue to take steps for peace, DawnNews reported.


Addressing the 89th passing out parade ceremony of the Pakistan Air Force’s GD pilot course at its academy in Risalpur, premier Sharif, who was the event’s chief guest, declared Pakistan as a peace-loving country.

Talking about the possibility of war at the country’s borders the prime minister said that Pakistan would continue to play its role in defusing tensions.

He further said that the Pakistan Air Force was the guarantor of the country’s stability and added that the PAF graduates would have to perform for the defense of the country.

Sharif also said that the country’s enemies would have to be made to realise that Pakistan was unassailable.

During the occasion, which was highlighted by a fly-past and a free-fall display, the prime minister also distributed trophies to the outstanding performers of the graduating batch of the GD pilot course.

Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt and other high-ranking officials of the Air Force also attended the passing out ceremony.