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The apex body for civil and military coordination on national security matters has quite timely and rightly reviewed the prevailing situation in and around the country and vowed to defend territorial and ideological frontiers of Pakistan against all forms of external aggression. The National Security Committee which met in Islamabad under chairmanship of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi also placed a particular emphasis on countering the aggressive designs and stance adopted by neighbouring India expressing deep concern at the same time also over repeated ceasefire violations by India along the LoC.
The committee also has emphatically condemned the violation o human rights in Indian held Kashmir by large number of occupying Indian security forces and deplored the excessive use of force against unarmed Kashmiris who are indigenously struggling to secure their fundament right of self-determination which New Delhi persistently keeps denying for decades together.
It is worth mentioning that recently Pakistan had forcefully taken up at the UNGA and the 36th session of the Human Rights Council the burning issue of Indian occupied Kashmir and the gross human rights violations being persistently and shamelessly committed by New Delhi there. PM Abbasi and FM Kh.Asif had also availed the opportunity to the maximum extent possible and engaged the leadership of several important countries on the sidelines of the world body session and shared with them Pakistan’s perspective on regional and global security challenges.
Such interaction appropriately at the high level with the friendly countries should be undertaken periodically quite regularly apprising respective top leadership of the hostilities and subversive activities which India is continuously undertaking in order to destabilize Pakistan though the civil, military and political leadership continue to be on one page for safeguarding and protecting national security and solidarity no matter how much sacrifices have to be offered.

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