Pak assembly passes resolutions against 'Indian aggression'
The resolutions were moved in the House of provincial Assembly by PPP and PML lawmakers.
Karachi: Pakistan's Sindh Assembly has passed three separate resolutions condemning "Indian aggression" along the LoC, saying such an act was a serious violation of international laws.
The resolutions were moved in the House of provincial Assembly by lawmakers of the ruling Pakistan People's Party, opposition Muttahida Qaumi Movement and Pakistan Muslim League (Functional).
The resolutions, unanimously passed by the House, said that on September 29, Indian forces violated the internationally-recognised Line of Control (LoC) and resorted to firing due to which two Pakistan armymen were killed, The News International reported.
It said such an act of India amounted to serious violation of the LoC and also tantamount to attacking integrity and security of Pakistan.
This House condemned such a savage act of India, which the Indian forces did on the direction of political leadership of India. This assembly condemns aggression shown by India, the resolutions said.
"Undue and unprovoked firing by India across the LoC is a serious violation of international laws. The House pays tribute to armymen who were killed," it said.
Lawmakers said India would be given a befitting response if it dared to wage a war against Pakistan.