Former Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari has said that Pakistan is presently facing a challenging situation with its neighbours. Zardari, who addressed the packed ‘Dining Room’ of the British Parliament here on Friday, was apparently referring to the current tussle Pakistan is facing with India as well as Afghanistan.
“Pakistan is young country and is surrounded by a difficult situation and issues with the neighbours. We ensure that we shall face these challenges, will tackle them no matter what come what may,” the Nation quoted him as saying.
“Democracy is ultimate goal for which Ms. Benazir Bhutto, her father Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Pakistan People’s Party struggled continuously. In fact, the struggle is second name of democracy and we are struggling for democracy”, he added.
Zardari went on to say, “Revolution is a continuous process, neither you can stop it nor turned down mere saying we have done enough”.
He also called upon Pakistanis living across the globe to remain united for the country.