Senate condemns Modi’s statement about Pakistan


The Senate on Monday strongly condemned the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about attributing terrorism to Pakistan, and reiterated there will be no compromise on defence and sovereignty of the country.

The house unanimously adopted a resolution to send a strong message of national integrity to India, and condemned Modi’s statement of attributing terrorism to Pakistan and drawing a parallel between India and Israel during the recently held BRICS summit in Goa, India.

The resolution was moved to the house by Senator Sehar Kamran.

The house also appreciated the reaction of the international community to this baseless propaganda by the Indian PM.

The Senate also expressed the belief that the statement made by Modi was an effort to divert the attention of the international community from the Indian atrocities against the people of India-occupied Kashmir.

“There will be no compromise on sovereignty and defence of Pakistan, and the resolve to fight against terrorism and contributing towards peace and harmony in the region,” the upper house reiterated.