Pakistan will hit back ten times if India conducts one surgical strike: ISPR DG

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Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor says CPEC will strengthen countrys economy

LONDON (Dunya News) – Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor on Saturday said that Pakistan would launch 10 if India launched one surgical strike.

Talking to media in London on Saturday, he said that Pakistan Army wants to strengthen the democracy in the country, adding that the general elections 2018 were most transparent ever in history of the country.

Commenting on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the ISPR DG said that the project will strengthen country’s economy and it is the responsibility of the armed forces to provide security to the project.

Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor went on to say that today’s Pakistan is better than yesterday’s Pakistan, adding that we are heading towards better circumstances.

“There is nothing better than national unity,” he said.

Regarding general elections, the ISPR DG said that Pakistan Army has been accused of rigging in general elections, adding if anyone who has evidence of rigging against the armed forces should come forward.

“The people of Pakistan have voted according to their desire,” he added.

The ISPR DG said that there is a complete freedom of expression in the country, adding there is more good in Pakistan than the bad and international media should also highlight positive things about Pakistan. 

He said: "Pakistan has rendered huge sacrifices in war against terrorism to make the region and world safer as around 76,000 Pakistanis have embraced martyrdom in this war."