Parliament passed resolutions against recent hostile statements by Indian leaders
12 June, 2015
ISLAMABAD: Both the Houses of Parliament on Thursday passed unanimous resolutions against recent provocative and hostile statements by Indian leaders against Pakistan. In National Assembly, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar presented the resolution with consensus of all the parliamentary party leaders. The resolution ‘vehemently condemns the irresponsible and hostile statements against Pakistan from the Indian ruling leadership.
“The statements have called into question India’s desire to establish good neighbourly relations with Pakistan,” it reads. The resolution took serious note of the statements of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Bangladesh in which he acknowledged Indian government’s conspiracy and involvement in the events of 1971 in the then East Pakistan.
“Such statements confirm Pakistan’s belief about past and present Indian involvement in destabilising Pakistan.” The resolution noted the irony in Modi’s efforts to make a case for India’s permanent membership of United Nations Security Council since India has been in violation of UNSC’s longstanding resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir, as well as interfering in the internal affairs of other states in contravention of the UN charter. The members in the resolution reaffirmed Pakistan’s firm resolve to never allow any country to violate its territory under any pretext.