ISLAMABAD: Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani has said that the Indian government is creating tension on border by resorting to unprovoked firing to divert attention from its internal failure.
He was talking to newsmen in Sialkot on Sunday after enquiring health of those injured in the firing and shelling by Indian border forces along the working boundary.
The Senate chief said Pakistan armed forces and the people will respond effectively to the Indian forces aggression.
Replying to a question, he said UN and OIC should take notice of unprovoked firing and shelling by the Indian forces. He said innocent children and women were targeted in the Indian firing.
To a question, he said Indian Government did not respond positively to the efforts of Pakistan for resolving the outstanding issues through dialogue. He urged the government to raise the issue of Indian aggression on the world fora.
Answering a question, Chairman Senate said the Government should take steps for the protection of villages situated along the working boundary on permanent basis.