Warsi finds India's UN Security Council membership 'difficult'
Talking to media here, Saeeda Warsi said that the ‘threat’ of Daesh aka Islamic State is also present there in Europe, though up to a lesser extent.
She said that her political career is associated with the United Kingdom (UK) and her party will decide on that after the elections in UK, this year.
Ms Warsi said that former governor Punjab, Chaudhry Sarwar has rendered valuable services in UK and the people there often recall him.
She also praised Pakistan’s sacrifices in the war against terrorism.
Commenting on Pak-India World Cup match, the former British MP said that she was disappointed with Pakistan’s defeat, however there are a lot of matches yet to play.