Tribal elders vow to fight alongside Pak Army
WANA: Tribal elders from South Waziristan on Monday said that 10 million tribespeople would fight alongside the security forces to protect the motherland against the Indian aggression.
Speaking at a press conference at the residence of Malik Noor Khan Mehsud, elders of the Mehsud, Wazir, Burki, and other tribes said that they would support the security forces if India attacked Pakistan.
The elders, including Malik Kabul Khan, Malik Rehman Gul Mehsud, Malik Muhammad and others, said their forefathers had rendered sacrifices for the country and Kashmir.
They said that hundreds of tribesmen had died fighting Indian soldiers in Kashmir and vowed to lay down their lives for the security of Pakistan.
The elders said that Pakhtuns in Afghanistan were Afghans but claimed that the same ethnic group in Pakistan was not Afghan but only Pakhtun.
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