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Pak should shift focus from ‘terror export’ to ensuring food to people: Kavinder
1/15/2023 11:39:06 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Jan 15: Expressing concern over prevailing food crisis in Pakistan, senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta on Sunday asked the country popularly known as ‘world’s terror hub’ to switch its focus from exporting terrorism to India and other parts of the globe to ensuring food to its people as they are facing worst ever crisis due to dwindling economy and directionless policies of the rogue nation. In a statement issued to media persons, the BJP stalwart expressed surprise that on one side the people of Pakistan are fighting for food grains, edible oil and fuel, but on the other the leadership of the country is spending millions on creating unrest in India and other parts of the world.
He said that still Pakistan has time to mend its ways and shift its focus from abetting terrorism to filling the bellies of its citizens or else bankruptcy will be its next stop with things going out of control.
“Had Pakistan not demolished the Gurdwaras and Temples in the past, these religious destinations would have provided food to its population during the time of crisis. It could be said with assertion that presence of temples and Gurdwaras in Pakistan must have ensured that no such crisis must have erupted in that country”, he said, adding that still there is a chance for the country to reconcile and revisit its state policy promoting terrorism and doing very little for its crisis-ridden people.
Kavinder said that if Pakistan will stop abetting terror and start focusing on its economy, there are chances that its people will have a prosperous and dignified life and the peace will again return to this part of the world because it is only Pakistan which is behind terrorism in the region.
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