Pakistan observes September 6 as the Defence and Martyrs Day to mark the anniversary of the 1965 war with India. "There is a message for the global community that a dream of durable peace in South Asia can not be achieved without resolution of outstanding Kashmir dispute". The people of Pakistan demonstrated unsurpassed national unity and stood by their armed forces to thwart the evil designs of the enemy.
"With the unwavering support of the entire nation, our armed forces, law enforcement agencies, police and intelligence agencies have shown resolute courage, professionalism and commitment while fighting this hard war", he added.
Pakistan will never fight any other country's war in future, Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Thursday, asserting that he was against the war from the very beginning and his government's foreign policy will be in the best interest of the nation.
The prime minister asked all overseas Pakistanis to make as many donations as they can to the dams fund in dollars to plug the country's depleting foreign exchange reserves as well as provide funding to start building dams, which he said he would personally oversee.
In his message to the nation on the occasion of Defence Day, the premier said that Pakistan's military has made great strides in eliminating terrorism.
"The largest problem is the water issue in the country", Khan said in a televised address to the nation, adding that it was crucial for Pakistan to build dams as failure to do so could be detrimental to its future generations.
"Our debt today stands at Rs 30,000 billion but the biggest problem we now face is the water crisis. Now what will Congress Chief say after Sidhu has returned from Pakistan & Pakistan speaking against India".
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Reacting to Bajwa's comments, Union Minister Smriti Irani was quoted by ANI as saying, " Congress chief kept mum on Sidhu sahab's trip to Pakistan.
The presence of the Indian Army in civilian areas of Kashmir led to human rights violations, said the Pakistan prime minister.
"We present salute and devotion to our Shuhada and Ghazis who performed their duty in defending the motherland".
Khan also said he wanted to promote cooperation with Pakistan's neighbours and the rest of the world.
The President and Prime Minister, in their separate messages on the occasion, emphasised that the resolution of the Kashmir issue in light of the United Nations resolutions is imperative for peace in the region, Radio Pakistan reported.
Khan said his government would continue its absolute struggle in the war against terrorism till its logical end.
"Afwaj-e-Pakistan Zindabad, Pakistan Paindabad", the prime minister said.