World War 3: Pakistan ‘blasts’ India for putting ‘peace at stake’ as border tensions soar | World | News
President Hussain added: “With these actions, Pakistan’s neighbour has put the regional peace at stake.”
Mr Hussain appeared eager for a resolution with Islamabad’s South Asian neighbour – he suggested the region of Kashmir was in need of “self-determination”.
However, the leader issued the nuclear-armed India with a stark warning that the promises of cooperation should not be taken as weakness.
Mr Hussain said: “Taking it as a weakness will be a dangerous mistake.”
Pakistan Day, held on March 23, celebrates the passing of the Lahore Resolution on the same date in 1940.
The resolution asked for greater Muslim autonomy in then British India, however most people saw this as a demand for a separate Muslim state.
He commented: “In last few decades, Pakistani Army has become radicalised and has been supporting jihadist groups to attack minorities and activists in the country.
The constant fighting has led many to speculate whether an all-out war is possible between the two.