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Collective national narrative against terrorists should come through parliament: Raza Rabbani
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May 13,2017

Collective national narrative against terrorists should come through parliament: Raza Rabbani


Islamabad May 14, 2017:  Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani has said that all the parliamentary parties must come forward to adopt a unified stand against terrorism through their proposals to the parliament.  He said that a collective national narrative against terrorists and extremists ideologies cannot come from maddrassh rather all the stakeholders, political parties will have to reach a consensus in this regard and present it through the parliament. He said war against terrorism cannot be won without a refined foreign policy and a strong parliament.

Mian Raza Rabbani said that owing to the promotion of wrong policies, ethnic clashes and sectarianism by Musharraf and others, the country is struggling and gripped with terrorism in its worst manifestations.

While talking to media outside Combined Military Hospital Quetta, following his visit to inquire after the health of Deputy Chairman Senate Molana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri and other injured persons of Mastung carnage, he said we should learn some lesson from history and must change our attitudes with our own people.

He said that the American war was imposed on Pakistan and the wrong policies of past are ugly faces of the terrorism taking place in Mastung and Gwadar.

Chairman Senate said that military and civil leaders have to be united for defeating terrorism, adding that the current war is an ideological war and all the parliamentary parties have to present proposals for its elimination. He said that all have to come on a single page for the success of Operation Radd-ul-Fassad after the success of Operation Zarb-e-Azab, adding that the country is passing through a critical time and national solidarity is the need of time instead of blaming each other.

Raza Rabbani said that relations with India cannot improve until the solution of Kashmir issue, adding that the initiation of the negotiation process with Iran, Afghanistan and other SAARC member countries is much essential to open the doors of durable peace and prosperity in the country.

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