‘We have to bring strategic stability in region’: Shireen Mazari
ISLAMABAD: Declaring tension harmful for both Pakistan and India, Federal Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari said that they had to bring strategic stability in the region.
Talking to journalists, Shireen Mazari said that Pakistan wanted de-escalation but on the other side, India continued ceasefire violations along the line of control (LoC).
She said that Pakistan gave a better reply to Indian’s ‘cold start’ military doctrine. The minister said that Pakistan Army gave ‘technical response’ to Indian aggression during the recent tension in the region. She said that they hoped that India would learn a lesson from Pakistan’s response but it did not happen.
Earlier, Federal Minister for Human Rights Dr Shireen Mazari on February 19, had said any misadventure by Indian forces would be responded with even greater force and strength, adding that India had continuously violated United Nations’ resolutions on Indian occupied Kashmir.
She had urged the international community to raise their voice against human rights violations in held Kashmir and stop Indian brutalities in the Kashmir valley.
The minister was addressing the international seminar titled ‘Hindutva Polices and the State of Minorities in India’ in Islamabad.