Lahore: Deputy Speaker Punjab Assembly, Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan has said that despite wars between Pakistan and India, the issues are still unresolved. He said that now a chance should be given to peace and love. He said that changes are being witnessed at public and establishment level and if the peace process continued, the whole South Asian region will benefit.
He expressed these views while speaking at a luncheon hosted by Hamdard School System in honour of a 27-member Indian Scouts delegation. Shiri Rakesh Kumar Sharma from India, Sardar Karnail Singh from Indian Punjab, scouts from various provinces of India including Gujrat, Maharashtar, Utter Perdesh, Delhi, Kamal Pasha Director Humdard School, Umer Pasha, Khurram Shehzad Warraich, Shazia Faisal, Shaheen Khannum, Sajjad Chishti Commissioner Scouts, Pakistani Scouts and students of the school were also present.
Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan said that despite being Atomic powers, both the countries are facing poverty and illiteracy. He said that India and Pakistan should benefit from the experiences of each other so that the illiteracy and poverty could be eliminated. He said that both the countries should respect sovereignty and geographical boundaries of each other. He said that Quaid-e-Azam had also pointed out that the foreign policy of Pakistan should base on friendship with all and enmity towards no one. He said that Pakistan and India are neighbouring countries and while friends and enemies can change, neighbours remain the same. He informed that the Chief Ministers of three provinces of India will visit Pakistan on November 05 to participate in Punjab Youth Festival. He said that Youth Festival is playing an important role in promoting friendship between Pakistan and India.