India has no courage to attack Pakistan: CM Sindh


KARACHI: Pakistan taught India such a lesson in the war of 1965 that it no longer has courage to attack on our motherland, said Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah on Sunday.


Addressing a ceremony in connection with the Defence Day celebrations, he said Pakistan army was tackling the terrorists now with the same determination it showed in 1965 war for which Army Chief General Raheel Sharif and armed forces were entitled to plaudits.

Shah said Raheel Sharif immediately initiated action against terrorism, attacking epicenter of militants.

“Now there is nobody who can dare us or deem us weak , we as a nation will continue our march,” said he.