HR body condemns Indian aggression
SIALKOT: A human rights organisation delegation visited the shelled areas and strongly condemned the Indian war aggression and targeting of the civilian population in Sialkot border villages.
After visiting the Indian shelling-hit Sialkot and Shakargarh border villages, Rose Human Rights Welfare Organisation President Muhammad Ashfaq Nazar and Vice President Nusrat Jamshaid Malik said that Indian war aggression was an international conspiracy to ruin the peace in the South Asia. They urged the world community to take serious notice of mounting Indian war aggression and repeated ceasefire violations by Indian BSF.
They said that the armed forces of Pakistan have full capabilities to defend every inch of the Motherland while the whole nation stands united against Indian aggression.
They also urged the Pakistan government to take up issue effectively on all the international forums including NO and International Court of Justice. They were of the view that it was high time for Pakistan to adopt a strict, strong and bold stance against rising incidents of ceasefire violation by Indian BSF along the Sialkot Working Boundary. They said that India does not understand the language of peace. They urged the international human rights organisations to take serious notice of the Indian BSF hostilities.