The Indian parliament on Wednesday slammed Pakistan National Assembly resolution and regarded the Line of Control (LoC) ceasefire violation allegations against India “absolutely baseless”.
The Indian parliament resolution emphasized that it was Pakistan army that actually violated the ceasefire on LoC and opened unprovoked attack on Indian troops.
Both upper and lower houses of Indian parliament – Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha – unanimously passed the similar resolutions condemning Pakistan army for the aggression of LoC and demanded the government of Pakistan to obey the ceasefire agreement signed bilaterally in 2003.
“This House rejects and deplores the resolutions passed by the National Assembly of Pakistan on August 13,2013 and the Federal Assembly of Punjab which made absolutely baseless and unfounded allegations against the Indian Army and the people of India,” stated the resolution read out by Rajya Sabha Chairman in Lok Sabha Hamid Ansari and Speaker Meira Kumar.
The resolution said that there should be no doubt in anyone’s mind that Pakistan army resorted to unprovoked firing on Indian army check-post in occupied Kashmir on August 6 and killed five troops.