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Senate condemns NATO attack

- December 02, 2011 - Updated 1417 PKT - From Web Edition

ISLAMABAD: The Upper House of the Parliament on Friday unanimously passed a resolution condemning the NATO attack on Pakistani check-posts in Mohmand Agency on November 26 martyring 24 soldiers and injuring 15 others.


The resolution moved by Leader of the Opposition in Senate Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haidri and backed by all the other Senators said, "this House strongly condemns the NATO aggression. It is an attack on sovereignty and integrity of the country and the entire nation is grieved. This barbaric act is totally intolerable. It is not first such attack on Pakistan forces as similar events have been taken place in the past too. Hence, this House does not accept this excuse of NATO that the attack was a result of some kind of misunderstanding".


The resolution further added that the attack was contrary to the United Nations resolutions and those of international laws.


Besides an early implementation of Unanimous Resolutions of the Parliament of October 22, 2008 and May 13, 2011, the resolution demanded to resist such kinds of attacks in future in every possible way. (APP)

Reader Comments
I wonder when they pass resolution for bringing the looted wealth back to country and putting the looters behind bar for life.

these jokers gathered togather to pass resulotion only. This could have been done the next day of the attack.

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