Joint Sitting of Parliament adopts resolution against Indian aggression

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ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Friday presented a resolution condemning Indian aggression and urging the United Nations to resolve the Kashmir dispute in the light of world body’s resolution during the Joint Sitting of the Parliament.
The session condemned the Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir and asked UN to complete its incomplete agenda.
The session also expressed disappointment over the OIC decision to invite Indian Foreign Minister to the body’s Council of Foreign Ministers meeting.
It urged India to stop violation of human rights and condemned arrest of Hurriyat leaders.
The session also endorsed the National Security Committee’s decision to respond to Indian aggression at the “timing and place of its own choice”.
It urged the UN to play its role in deescalating the situation and paid tribute to the Pakistan Air Force for timely and effective response.
The resolution also rejected Indian allegations related to the Pulwama attack.
Several lawmakers including Asif Zardari, Shehbaz Sharif, Mushahidullah Khan made speeches during the session of the joint sitting of the parliament on Friday.


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