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Pakistan doesn’t need aid but trust from US: DG ISPR

Director General (DG) of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor Bajwa has said on Friday that Pakistan does not need aid but trust from the United States (US).
Director General of Pakistan Army’s media cell said today that the country has had good terms with the United States for the past years. He said that ‘Afghan war was imposed’ on Pakistan whereas the country has always been cooperating with Afghanistan for regional peace.
DG Bajwa said that terror hideouts in Afghanistan are needed to be eliminated.
Major General Bajwa asserted that the United States has had acknowledged safety of nuclear assets in Pakistan.
While talking about Indian-occupied Kashmir, ISPR DG said that India is targeting innocent citizens in the valley. He said that the neighbouring country has violated ceasefire along the border the most in 2017.
Major General Bajwa further said that Indian brutality in Kashmir has strengthened freedom movement.