Senate unanimously condemns Modi’s anti-Pakistan statement
ISLAMABAD: The Senate on Monday unanimously passed a resolution condemning the statement of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi against Pakistan.
During the recently held BRICS Summit in Goa, India, Modi had attributed terrorism to Pakistan and drew a parallel between India and Israel evoking a parallel between Kashmir and Palestine.
The resolution moved by Sehar Kamran appreciated the reaction of the international community to this baseless propaganda by the Indian prime minister.
It said that the statement made by the Indian premier was an effort to divert the attention of the international community from the Indian atrocities against the people of Occupied Kashmir.
The resolution reiterated that there will be no compromise on the sovereignty and defence of Pakistan and our resolve to fight against terrorism and contribute towards bringing peace and harmony in the world.
The House passed another resolution recommending the government to launch a scheme for provision of interest-free loans to farmers for installation of solar tubewells in the country.
The resolution was moved by Chaudhry Tanvir Khan.
The House passed another resolution recommending the government to start evening and night shifts in the dispensaries in the rural areas of Islamabad in order to make the medical facility available round the clock to the people living in those areas.