Islamabad: President Asif Ali Zardari spoke confidently for the first time before the International World declaring on Tuesday that Pakistan had suffered enough in its War Against Terrorism and should not be asked to do more. This he said during 67th General Assembly Session of the United Nations in New York.
“No country and no people have suffered more in the epic struggle against terrorism than Pakistan,” President insisted.
“To those who say we have not done enough, I say in all humility: Please do not insult the memory of our dead, and the pain of our living. Do not ask of my people what no one has ever asked of any other peoples,” he said.
President Zardari further asked the World not to demonize the innocent women and children of Pakistan and requested to stop this refrain to ‘do more‘.
Asif Ali Zardari began his address to the UN General Assembly with a condemnation of the recent American-made Anti Islam movie trailer and French cartoons. He demanded that such material be banned worldwide.
Zardari expressed distress over regular US drone strikes in the Tribal regions of Pakistan and said that it had made the war harder and miserable
“We have lost over 7,000 Pakistani soldiers and policemen, and over 37,000 civilians,” he added. “And I need not remind my friends here today, that I bear a personal scar.”