Lahore: Ex-Foreign Minister and Vice Chairman of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf Shah Mahmood Qureshi has greeted Barrak Husein Obama on being elected again the President of United States. In his message of felicitation Shah Mahmood Qureshi expressed hope that now in the 2nd Term because all the world has agreed upon that there is no military solution of this issue.
While congratulating Mr. Obama, Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that it hoped that keeping in view the strategic position of Pakistan in the region, US would re-organize its relations which could combat with the interest of Pakistan, as well. What happened in the recent one and half year, its reasons would be kept in mind to reach political solution of the issues. He also expressed hope that in the 2nd term Obama would enhance that political process which could increase peace and stability in the region and for this purpose dialogue is a must at all forums.
He said that political reconciliation is always necessary to resolve all the issues and Mr. Obama should play his role especially in Pakistan where sacrifice of 40,000 lives and 80 billion has been given in the war which was not ours but we had to engage in it.He said that USA should go in long term partnership and also concentrate in the 2nd term to review the Drowns Attack which resulted in expanding expansion and affected the bilateral relations between America and Pakistan. He called these Drown Attack as counter productive and illegal which must be ended without further delay.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi asked Barrak Husein Obama to also keep in the view in hid 2nd Term the core issues of Kashmir and Palestine which were neglected in the Ist term and which require more and more involvement and concentration of the United States.
He said that only by resolving Kashmir prosperous and peaceful South Asia can survive and Palestine can be help in the peace of Arab World. He said that these two flash points issues needs maximum concentration in the 2nd Term of Barrak Obama. He also congratulated him on behalf of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf and Pakistani nation.