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Nawaz for India refraining from blaming Pakistan

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LAHORE: PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif has warned India against refraining from blaming Pakistan and should provide substantial evidences against the persons involved in the Mumbai attacks. Addressing a ceremony organized in connection with Christmas solidarity with Christian community on Wednesday, Nawaz Sharif said that minorities groups in Pakistan has been enjoying complete freedom for last 61 years and they were contributing their valuable services for the progress and development of Pakistan, above religious grounds.

Nawaz Sharif said that Pakistan came into being through the combined efforts and all should continue to play their role for its integrity and solidarity in future too. He said that Pakistan was a peace loving country and it strongly condemned in all its forms and manifestation.

” Pakistan wants peaceful solution of all issues on the table of dialogues. He said that India should stop accusing Pakistan of Mumbai attacks” he maintained, adding that if India provided solid proofs about the persons involved in attacks then he would personally request Asif Ali Zardari for action against these persons.

He said that both countries should avoid such polices which could lead the region towards the war. “Pakistan is itself victim of terrorism and it is ready for the elements of the terrorists’ elements, “he added.

He also requested PML-N workers to cancel his birthday party to show solidarity with PPPP on the occasion of death anniversary of Benazir Bhutto Shaheed. Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif has announced to restore 5 percent job quota of Christian Community and also granted five months relief to the Christian prisoners.-SANA

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