ISLAMABAD - The Upper House of the Parliament Thursday, condemning the recent hostile statements from India passed a unanimous resolution saying that Indian provocations are not only undermining Pakistan's anti-terror campaign but are actually ending up aiding and abetting the terrorist fighting against Pakistan.

The resolution, moved by Leader of the House Raja Zafarul Haq, was unanimously adopted after the house held a detailed debate on the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his recent visit to Bangladesh that India was involved in the events of 1971 war. The recent statement of Indian information minister of threatening Pakistan of strikes inside its territory also came under discussion.

"This house condemns the recent disturbing pattern of provocative and hostile statements from Indian leaders including threatening strikes against Pakistan territory. Such crude attempts by India are unacceptable and Pakistan rejects this hegemonic mindset," says the resolution.

The Senate through the resolution wished to emphasize that Pakistan would never allow its territory to be violated by India under any pretext. The Pakistan Armed Forces are fully capable to give a befitting response to any incursion and Pakistani people stand shoulder to shoulder with their armed forces.

Such statements confirm Pakistan' apprehensions about India' intention to destabilize Pakistan, the resolution said.

The resolution urged the international community to take note of such provocative statements, which negatively impact on the prospects for regional peace, sovereignty and stability.

"At a time when the entire Pakistani nation particularly the Armed Forces are engaged in the battle against terrorism, Indian provocations are not only undermining Pakistan's anti-terror campaign but are actually ending up aiding and abetting the terrorist fighting against Pakistan," the resolution concluded.

Earlier, the Leader of the Opposition Aitzaz Ahsan taking part in the debate on hostile statements of Indian side, which was started after suspending the rules of business on the insistence of Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani, said that both India and Pakistan should think that they were inseparable neighbours. "But in 2013 such PM took hold of power in Pakistan that is soft spoken while on the other side a hard liner PM holds power," he said. He pointed towards statement of interior minister and defence minister against India and advised that the ministers from Pakistani side should avoid issuing hard statements against India.

"We should be soft and media should dump its tone as well," he said and added that a conventional war with India could start as India had already given the concept of cold start. However, Pakistan was capable to face any aggression through tactical weapons. The government should have a confidence on defence strategy and we should be dismissive, he said.

Leader of the House Raja Zafarul Haq said that India was not ready to accept the very existence of Pakistan. Such conditions should not prevail between the two nuclear states, he said but added that nuclear weapons also created balance of power as both countries avoid first attack. "India's claim of taking open credit of 1971 incidents is violation of UN Charter and this a question mark whether India should be given permanent membership of UN Security Council or not who has been involved in such acts in the past and also violating rights in Kashmir," he stressed. He said that India wanted to weaken Pakistan' efforts in its war on terrorisms to make the world a safe place and what can be a bigger crime than this.

Federal Minister Mushahid Ullah Khan said that hands of Indian Prime Minister were stained with blood like incidents of Samjhota Express and insecure and coward people usually give such statements.

Later, Saeed Ghani of PPP in his budget speech tried to give answers of the allegations of Mushahid that he, the other day, had levelled against his party leadership. He said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif himself had admitted in an interview that he initiated corruption cases against PP leadership under pressure of army. He said that former Ehtesab Commission Chairman Senator (retd) Saifur Rehman had also apologized to Asif Zaradri for initiating wrong corruption cases against him. "But Asif Ali Zaradi is still facing these corruption cases while Nawaz Sharif never faced court," he said. LHC High Court in a case against Nawaz Sharif said that all these cases were initiated as a political victimization. He alleged that the incumbent government had made a number of controversial appointments including heads of Pakistan Television (PTV), SECP and PEMRA. While the PML-N government has also failed to fulfil its promise to end the loadshedding in the country, he said.