Statement on the Nuclear Tests of Pakistan and India-28/05/1998

We urge Pakistan and India to refrain from further tests and the deployment of nuclear weapons or ballistic missiles, in order to prevent the escalation of tensions and a nuclear arms race. It is increasingly urgent that both India and Pakistan adhere unconditionally to the Non-Proliferation Treaty and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and enter into negotiations on a global treaty to stop the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons. We further urge India and Pakistan to engage in a dialogue which addresses the root causes of the tension between them, and to try to build confidence, rather than seek confrontation.

Pak Foreign Minister’s Address on 70th anniversary of Pakistan-Germany diplomatic relations-14/10/2021

Pakistan was among the first Asian countries to establish diplomatic relations with Germany. Like all good long term friendships, ours has never been transactional. There was a time when Germany, coming out of the war, needed a hand and found Pakistan sharing its resources as part of the London Agreement and subsequently, cancelled all debt.

Indus river agreement between India and Pakistan – 31/10/1955

The Governments of India and Pakistan will each nominate a Special Commissioner, who shall be charged with the responsibility of supervising, in India and in Pakistan respectively, the implementation of this Agreement. Each Government may, if it so desires, appoint a Deputy Special Commissioner to assist the Special Commissioner.

Imran Khan chaired a review meeting on performance of Kissan Card at Lahore

Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired a review meeting on the performance of Kissan Card at Lahore. The meeting was attended by Special Assistants Jamshed Iqbal Cheema, Dr. Shahbaz Gill, Shehzad Akbar, Chief Minister Punjab, Sardar Usman Bazdar, Provincial Ministers Hashim Javan Bakht, Hussain Jahanian Gardezi and concerned senior officials.

Presidential Address to All-India Muslim Conference by Muhammad Iqbal-1932

The British Government's present attitude, however, would show that they do not mean to function as an impartial holder of balance in India, and are indirectly driving the Indian communities, which are mainly Hindus and Muslims, to a kind of civil war. We tried the majority community and found them unwilling to recognize the safeguards which we can forego at a risk of complete extinction as a nation determined to live its own life.

Farewell speech of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto to the UNSC-1971

Everyday that the Indian Army of occupation stays there, it will be a grim reminder for Muslim Bengal that they are under Hindu occupation, and you will see the result of it. You will see how it will turn out. Let them stay—why not? Let them stay. Let them swagger around. If they want to take East Pakistan, let them stay as an army of occupation. They are an army of occupation; how can they be called liberators? They will stay, and they will see how the clock is going to move in a different direction.