Children say they want peace

September 19, 2013 Off By Web Desk

Karachi: Defense affairs expert and council member of Hamdard Karachi Commodore (retd) Sadeed Anwar Malik has said efforts should be taken to promote peace in the world.

He was appreciating the speeches of young orators on the topic “Love Peace and Hate the War” during a Hamdard Naunehal Assembly session here on Thursday.

The young speakers expressed their views on the world peace and said children want peace and love, and hate war. President Hamdard Naunehal Assembly Sadia Rashid, was also present.

Commodore Malik said that we are proud of our leaders. He said today’s speeches were made in connection with the Defense Day. He said the first war on Kashmir took place in 1948. He said we didn’t go to UNO but India went there for ceasefire. India is not implementing three resolutions of UN relating to Kashmir, he regretted.

He further said that we made a mistake in the past by not taking action when China attacked on India in the North East, NIFA in 1962.

Talking on the Kashmir issue, he said that it was the desire of Kashmiri people to join Pakistan. He said in 1965, our armed forces were smaller than the Indian Army but we defeated them. M.M Alam made world record to destroy five planes of India. Our nation is our biggest power and we have to forge unity amongst our ranks and files, he suggested.