The Pakistan Senate has accused India of funding the LTTE during the war in Sri Lanka and that it is now attempting to bully Pakistan.
The Senate had yesterday adopted a unanimous resolution strongly condemning the recent provocative and hostile statements of Indian Leadership and threats of hot pursuit against Pakistan.
The resolution, moved by the leader of the House Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq said such crude attempts by India were unacceptable. The resolution said such attempts by India at times to bully Pakistan are unacceptable and Pakistan rejects this hegemonic mindset, the Associated Press of Pakistan reported.
Participating in the debate against statements of Indian leadership, Mushahid Hussain Sayed said India has established the foundations of cross border terrorism.
Indian had financed Tamil Tigers to destabilize Sri Lanka, he said adding that Modi has massacred 2000 Muslims in Gujrat and had no regrets over such brutality.
Pakistan should approach SAARC and other international organizations for exposing Indian leadership. India has proved that it is an irresponsible state.
Syed Muzaffar Hussain Shah urged the international community to take notice of Modi’s provocative statement. India-Pakistan relations could only be established on equal footings.
He appreciated armed forces, Interior Ministry, Defense Minister’s statements for condemning India. The bullying tactics of Indian leadership were not acceptable.
Syed Tahir Hussain Mashshaddi said Pakistan was a peaceful nation.It does not have any aggressive designs against anybody. Pakistan would retaliate if its territorial integrity is threatened.
Mir Kabeer said the threatening statements should be highlighted in the world. Taj Haider said the murderers of Mahatma Ghandi have come into power in India.
Dr Jehanzeb Jamaldeni said we should put our house in order to effectively meet the challenges of India. Hafiz Hamdullah said Modi was issuing such statements to conceal his failures. (Colombo Gazette)