ISLAMABAD: Pakistan national leadership has vehemently condemned the use of cluster bombs on a civilian population at the Line of Control (LOC) by Indian troops and demanded Untied Nations to take notice of the Indian atrocity.
FO spokesperson Dr. Faisal said that Indian forces unprovoked firing and use of cluster bombs are the breach of Geneva convention and will not be tolerated adding that Indian forces targeted innocent citizens and Pakistan will respond it aggressively.
“Hope India yet no forget the incident of February 27,” he reminded.
Chairman Senate Saddiq Sanjrani condemning the Indian aggression said that the nation stood behind Pakistan army for the defense of the country while he demanded a summoning of the parliamentary session over the incident.
Deputy Chairman also criticizes Indian unprovoked and demanded the international community to play its role in resolving the long-standing Kashmir dispute.
Speaker and Deputy Speaker, National Assembly (NA) Asad Qaiser and Qasim Suri in his joint statement strongly condemning the Indian atrocity said that Indian ugly face has once again unearthed in front of the whole world.
Kashmir Committee Chairman Fakhar Imam also condemned the Indian aggression and said that after the positive foreign policy of Pakistan, Indian has now come to odd tactics.
Leader of Opposition in NA Shahbaz Sharif condemning the country’s arch rival aggression said that Indian Premier Narendra Modi is playing with the fire while he demanded to call an in-camera session of the parliament immediately take into confidence over the grim situation.
Ex-president and co-chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP)Asif Ali Zardari said that there is need to unearth Indian terrorism all around the world.
Opposition leader in Senate Raja Zafar Ul Haq and Jamiat Ulma-e-Islam Chief Maulana Fazal Ur Rehman also condemned Indian agression on innocent civillians along the Loc.