CHARSADDA: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal on Wednesday said Pakistan was seen as a dangerous country till 2013 but now it is on the path of betterment and development.
“No one can dare term Pakistan a dangerous country now,” he said while addressing a Frontier Corps passing out parade ceremony in the city’s Shabqadar area.
The minister said that the completion of development projects is not possible without peace and political stability in the country and also praised security forces for their sacrifices for the country.
Earlier, on Sunday, Iqbal while speaking to media said that Pakistan made exceptional gains during the past four years, adding that today the country is peaceful.
While discussing the gains the country made during the past years, Iqbal said that the backbone of terrorism has been broken, except one or two incidents that happen from across the border.