Indian aggression at LoC is a violation of UN Security Council’s resolutions: Senate

Senate Standing Committee on Interior unanimously passed a resolution against Indian aggression at the Line of Control, here on Thursday.

 The resolution, moved by Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Interior Rehman Malik stated “The Senate Standing Committee on Interior strongly condemns the continuous ceasefire violations by Indian forces at Line of Control (LoC), violation of aerial territory by sending spy drones and targeting civilian population which is a sheer violation of the agreement between India and Pakistan supervised by United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan to establish ceasefire at Line of Control.

 The committee unanimously adopts that the Government of Pakistan should move the matter in the United Nations Security Council in the form of a complaint about continuous and unprovoked violations.

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Senate Standing Committee on Interior also condemns the Indian Forces unprecedented brutalities against oppressed people of Kashmir and expressed great grief over the killing of 35 innocent Kashmiri youth and state violence against Muslims across India.

The committee firmly stands by the oppressed people of Kashmir in their legitimate struggle for their freedom. Senate Standing Committee on Interior applauds the Pakistan Armed Forces for shooting down the Indian spy Drones which violated Pakistani airspace with malicious designs of Warcraft.” 

Senator A. Rehman Malik stressed that India has nefarious designs against Pakistan and that the Armed Forces of Pakistan will give a befitting response to any misadventure from across the border.  He stressed the need for active UN intervention in this matter and assured Kashmiri brothers of Pakistan’s solidarity.