Sartaj Aziz to brief parliament on LoC situation, Indian aggression

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ISLAMABAD, Nov 24 (APP): Minister for Law and Justice Zahid
Hamid on Thursday assured the National Assembly that Adviser
to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz would brief the house on Friday on existing situation at Line of Control (LoC) and India’s human rights violations.
Assuring the House, the minister said that there would be complete debate on the situation in the house for having proper knowledge of parliamentarians on the matter.
Earlier, Chairman National Assembly Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs Sardar Awais Laghari thanked the opposition leader for raising this important issue in the parliament.
He said that the situation at the LoC was worst now since 2003 ceasefire. He added unfortunately several innocent citizens from Pakistan area lost their lives due to Indian army firing at the LoC.
He said that ambulances were being targeted near LoC by Indian forces which was against the human norms. He added India was also targeting Kashmiris in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
He said that India was becoming a religion focused country as people were being victimized on religion basis in India.
He suggested that Pakistan should move to the United Nations Security Council and inform them about the Indian human rights violations. He added the council should be informed that peace in the region was not possible if India continues its aggression.
He said that Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs should come to the parliament and inform the parliamentarian on the situation at LoC.
He said India’s aggression was a threat to the regional peace and it was high time to inform the international community about India’s such aggression across LoC and atrocities against Kashmiri people.
He advised that the Pakistan should participate in Heart of Asia Conference in India and properly defend its stance.
Earlier, MNA Ghaus Baksh Mahar, Syed Naveed Qamar and Khalid Maqbool demanded to start debate in the parliament on the situation at LoC.