NA unanimously passes resolution against Indian aggression

Parliamentary Parliamentary leaders DG ISPR Gen Qamar Javed bajwa in camera briefing
26 Feb, 2019 5:30 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The National Assembly (NA) on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution against the Indian aggression.

The discussion was held during the NA session. Treasury, opposition benches in NA express resolve to stand united, to defend every inch of homeland. The NA has started discussion on the situation emerging after the violation of Line of Control (LoC) by the Indian Air Force.

They strongly condemned the LoC violation by the Indian Air Force. “Pakistan does not want war but if it was imposed, the entire nation will stand like a rock wall to give a befitting response to the enemy, they added.

Speaking to the floor of NA, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan said that Pakistan will annihilate the proud of India and its Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Arabian Sea.

He also said that India just like the past resorted to cowardly act in the darkness of night but Pakistani Air Force gave a befitting response and forced the Indian aircraft to retreat. He said Pakistan is a responsible nuclear state but if India does not refrain from provocations, the Pakistani nation will give a befitting response.

Minister for Communications Murad Saeed said this House has sent a loud and clear message to world that Pakistani nation knows how to defend the geographical boundaries of Pakistan. He said India is perturbed after failing to isolate Pakistan at the international level.

He said important countries such as Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Turkey stand behind Pakistan. He said it is India which is involved in proxy war against Pakistan.

On the occasion, Pakistan Peoples’ party (PPP) Khursheed Shah said that all the political parties stand shoulder to shoulder with the armed forces for the security and defence of the motherland. “We are in a war like situation and a joint session of the parliament should immediately be convened to discuss the security situation,” he added.

Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) stalwart Khawaja Asif said that Pakistan should boycott the OIC meeting in Abu Dhabi where Indian External Affairs Minister has been invited as a guest of honor.


PML-N leader Ayaz Sadiq said Pakistan should impose ban on all imports from India. He said OIC cannot invite anybody to its meetings without consultation with the member countries.

He said Pakistan should send delegations to the OIC countries and register protest over the invitation of the Indian external affairs Minister to the OIC meeting.

PPP leader Hina Rabbani Khar said the entire world is seeing India as an aggressor and extremist. She said our response to the Indian act should be measured and sagacious, and should transmit the message the country can protect its territorial integrity. She said the Indian act has challenged the peace and stability of entire region.

MQM-P Pakistan Syed Amin ul Haque should brief the ambassadors of different countries about Indian aggression. He said the true face of India should be exposed before the United Nations.

Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination Fehmida Mirza said Modi Junta is perturbed over the importance Pakistan is assuming in the region because of its strategic position and its role in the Afghan peace process. She said it is the success of our foreign policy that world journals and other bodies are writing positively about Pakistan and voicing concerns over gross human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.

Balochistan National Party Agha Hassan Baloch regretted that despite peace offers by Pakistan, India has resorted to aggression.

Minister of State for Climate Change Zar Taj Gul said Indian hostilities towards Pakistan are not new as they have never accepted creation of Pakistan. He said Modi’s war doctrine is not in the interest of the region.




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