Resolution moved in Lok Sabha rejects the resolution passed by the National Assembly of Pakistan
This House totally rejects the Resolution passed by the National Assembly of Pakistan on March 14, 2013. The House notes that Pakistan has committed that it would not allow its territory to be used for terrorism against India and only fulfilment of this commitment can be the basis for peaceful relations with Pakistan. The House rejects interference in the internal affairs of India and calls upon the National Assembly of Pakistan to desist from such acts of support for extremist and terrorist elements.
The House reiterates that the entire State of Jammu & Kashmir including the territory under illegal occupation of Pakistan is and shall always be an integral part of India. Any attempt from any quarter to interfere in the internal affairs of India will be met resolutely and with complete unity of our nations.
March 15, 2013
Outlook India : Resolution
'Interference In The Internal Affairs Of India'
'The entire State of Jammu & Kashmir including the territory under illegal occupation of Pakistan is and shall always be an integral part of India'
JINGOISTIC RHETORICS ARE FOR POLITICAL AND PUBLIC CONSUMPTIONS. PASSING RESOLUTION BY PAKISTAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AND COUNTER RESOLUTION BY INDIAN PARLIAMENT ARE EXERCISES IN FUTILITY .
UNLESS, PAKISTAN IS TAUGHT A LESSON BY INDIAN ARMY IN THE LANGUAGE THEY UNDERSTAND , TERROR ATTACKS WILL CONTINUE ON INDIA WITH RELIGEOUS REGULARITY. WHILE, PEOPLE TO PEOPLE CONTACTS ARE OK; ARMY TO ARMY ENGAGEMENT IS THE SINE QUA NON FOR BUILDING LASTING PEACE IN THE REGION.
A HOT PURSUIT INTO POK BY INDIAN ARMY TO DEMOLISH TERROR INFRASTRUCTURE THERE SEEMS TO BE THE ONLY OPTION, THOUGH, A POSSIBLE PRECURSOR TO WAR. SOONER THIS JOB IS EXECUTED THE BETTER IT WOULD BE FOR INDIA.
LET INDIA NOT WAIT FOR THE AMERICAN AND NATO TROOPS EXIT FROM AFGHANISTAN IN 2014 FORCING THE TALIBANS GRAVITATE TOWARDS THE LOC IN KASHMIR FOR INFILTRATION INTO INDIA.
TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE. WAR IS INEVITABLE EITHERWAY.
A K SAXENA (A retired civil servant)
Absolutely. Kashmir is Indian and will always be. The only issue is the presence of Islamists, obscurantists and terrorists, all of whom must be cleared from the state. The Indian people and media must support the army, BSF, CRPF and other security agencies in this task. By keeping Kashmir withing India, India is upholding not only its sovereignty, but also democracy, pluralism, secularism, openness and freedom.
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