LCCI urges Govt. to raise Indian firing issue at international forumsOctober 8, 2014
Lahore: The Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry has condemned the Indian aggression at Line of Control & Working Boundary in the strongest possible words and demanded of the government to effectively and forcefully raise the issue at all international forums.
“Irresponsible act of Indian government raising alarm bells for prospects of peace and tranquility in otherwise volatile region. The growing tension, caused by Indian provocative policy, is not a good sign as confrontation between two nuclear powers could lead mass destruction.”
In a statement issued here Thursday, President of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry Ijaz A. Mumtaz said that brutal killing of innocent Pakistanis by the Indian Army is not tolerable. He feared dire consequences of unprovoked Indian shelling.
LCCI President said urged the government to convey a clear message to the Indian government that Pakistan has the ability to give a strong answer of Indian aggression.
While expressing concern over the role of International community, LCCI President said that United Nations should take notice of the Indian aggression and intervene in the matter as Pakistan is an atomic power and any irresponsibility by the Indian side could give birth to a historic human tragedy.
Ijaz A. Mumtaz said that Pakistan wants peace with all neighbors but would not compromise on sovereignty.
Ijaz A. Mumtaz said that business community unanimously condemns the Indian aggression and demands the international community to take notice of this blatant violation of the international norms.
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