Islamabad - “The future of Pakistan is brighter beyond our expectations. The whole nation is united under one flag and will fight alongside the army to end the Indian aggression, if needed, and proud Hindu extremists will bend down their knees.”

Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema, inspector general National Highways & Motorway Police, while addressing a large number of students and faculty members at University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, expressed these views, says a press release issued here on Tuesday. He told the students that countries like Germany and Japan had been facing issues of fragile economy and terrorism but they successfully dealt with those challenges with maturity and courage and they again became leading nations of the world with their resolve and determination.

He said, “We have huge reservoir of human resource - of which most of the countries are deprived of. Pakistan is blessed with beautiful plains, beautiful four weathers and fertile land that can feed even whole Asia. Our doctors and engineers have established their brilliance in Europe and America and our army is the sixth most powerful in the world.”

He said, “We would have to overcome corruption, dishonesty, uncertainty and inferiority complex.” The inspector general said, “Knowledge and justice are the legacy of our elders but now we are learning them form others.” He advised that young generation should prove themselves through their character. He advised the students, “If you remain affirmed with the honesty and purity of will, you can achieve the hardest task you look for.”

Before the address of the IG, the Vice Chancellor UAF Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan welcomed and thanked the distinguished guest and presented him a shield.zxx