As the world unites against Islamabad terror agenda following the Uri terror attack, former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf admitted that Pakistan has been isolated globally.
He went on to blame PM Nawaz Sharif for his “wrong policies” that have tarnished Pakistan’s image.
While Islamabad is getting marginalized globally, Musharraf added that Prime Minister Sharif is getting no love from his countrymen either. The former President said that anger against Pakistan is growing every day.
“These things happen when we are internally weak, when external policies are not good, when there is mismanagement then such things happen. These are our weaknesses, said former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf.
Additionally, Musharraf accepted the fact that India is garnering more support and growing stronger than Pakistan internationally. He warned the Sharif administration of serious consequences if the country doesn’t counter India’s growing support across the globe.
Talking about Pakistan-US relationship, Musharraf revealed that it has turned sour over the past few years. And, immediate measures need to be taken.
“Our relations with America during my regime do not exist anymore. America is upset with us. Under such circumstances, a nation becomes weak. It becomes internationally weak,” said Musharraf.
The comments from Pervez Musharraf came in after Pakistan-sponsored terrorists carried out attacks in Uri and Baramulla, and India intensified its military and diplomatic offensive against Pakistan.