ISLAMABAD - The Youth Parliament Pakistan 2008-9 on Thursday urged the Indian Media to act responsibly to mitigate tensions between Pakistan and India and put war-hysteria to an end. It also passed a resolution urging Pakistani government to take all appropriate measures for the defence of country and send a tough message to the Indian government regarding any aggression against Pakistan. The Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT) held the second session of the Youth Parliament Pakistan 2008-09. The objective of the session was to discuss the Mumbai attacks and the security situation after them. The young parliamentarian, both from the Blue Party and the Green Party, attended the session. Representatives of the government, including PML-N's MNA Khuram Dastgir and PML-Q's Dr Donya Aziz, were also present on the occasion. Dr Donya Aziz was on the side of the Blue Party while Khuram Dastgir Khan was on the side of the Green Party. Taking about the current Indo-Pak conflict, Ahmed Ali Babar, Prime Minister of Youth Parliament told TheNation that Indian government took aggressive stance without providing any evidences for the involvement of Pakistan's government in the Mumbai attacks. Another young parliamentarian, Syed Waqas Ali, Chairman Standing Committee of the Youth Parliament told that instead of blaming Pakistan, the Indian government should negotiate the issues on the Hotline and develop a joint action mechanism for resolving the conflict. Three resolutions were moved in session. In one resolution, they condemned the gross air space violation of Pakistan's territory by Indian Air Force on December 13,2008 and urged that the government of Pakistan should send tough message to the Indian government in this regard. The second resolution, moved by a young parliamentarian, Waqar Nayyar, condemned the Israeli aggression against innocent Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. They also urged the international community and the UN to put pressure on Israel for halting the attacks. The house also discussed the possibility of probing into the murder of Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan's own judicial system, considering the UN has not taken any action in this regard so far.