Senate passes resolution against Indian leaders’ hate-spewing, calls on international community to take notice
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – After a series of hostile statements from Indian leaders in the wake of Indian attack near India-Myanmar border, the Senate on Thursday passed a unanimous resolution strongly condemning the recent provocative and hostile statements by Indian leaders including threatening attacks against Pakistani territory.
As per reports, the resolution was moved by Leader of the House Raja Zafarul Haq. The resolution said such crude attempts by India are unacceptable and Pakistan rejects this hegemonic mindset. “The House wishes to emphasis that Pakistan will never allow its territory to be violated by India under any pretext,” it said. “The Pakistan armed forces are fully capable to give a befitting response to any incursion and Pakistani people stand shoulder to shoulder with their armed forces.”
The House urged the international community to take note of such provocative statements which negatively affect the prospects for regional peace, sovereignty and stability.
Also, Raja Zafarul Haq said that being nuclear power Pakistan’s defence has been made indispensable. “The statement of Indian Prime Minister is against the UN Charter,” he said. “India on one hand is making useless effort for becoming permanent member of UN Security Council and the other hand violating the UN Charter by carrying out human rights violations in Kashmir.”