Islamabad: Amid vociferous protests by opposition members, Pakistan President Arif Alvi instructed Parliament that Islamabad has at all times answered India’s aggression with “responsibility” and that Kulbhushan Jadhav’s presence in Pakistan is proof that India has at all times sponsored terrorism of their nation.
With opposition members shouting “Kashmir ka sauda namanzoor, Selected government namanzoor”, virtually drowning out his speech, Alvi on Thursday additionally warned the worldwide group that “any negligence” in countering alleged genocide in Kashmir “will pose a serious threat to international peace”.
“We have always answered India’s aggression with responsibility in a bid to ease the already volatile situation. When India violated Pakistan’s airspace [in February this year], the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) responded with great valour and showed the military forces’ operational preparedness to India,” he mentioned.
He mentioned Kulbhushan Jadhav’s presence in Pakistan is proof that India has at all times sponsored terrorism on Pakistani soil. “He has confessed that he is a serving officer and was sent to ignite tensions in Balochistan,” Alvi added.
Alvi mentioned that “a Hindu extremist mindset had taken over India” and the world must confront these fascist insurance policies. He alleged that the “religious extremism of the RSS was fast reshaping the face of Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru’s India and had made the lives of minorities and moderates of India unsafe”.
He claimed that the geographical significance of Pakistan has centered the world’s consideration on it. “Pakistan is world’s seventh and Muslim world’s first nuclear power. Our nuclear assets are a deterrent to the aggressive designs of our enemies,” he mentioned.
He blamed “certain bad decisions” taken previously as accountable for “the curse of terrorism” within the nation.
Opposition members saved shouting anti-government slogans all through his speech, and even tore papers and threw them within the air.
Additionally they blocked Alvi’s imaginative and prescient with placards inscribed with slogans like “Kashmir ka sauda namanzoor” (No deal acceptable on Kashmir).