ISLAMABAD - The National Assembly on Thursday passed a resolution against Indian unprovoked ceasefire violations on LoC and Working Boundary, calling upon the government to raise Kashmir dispute in accordance with the wishes of Kashmiri people at the UN and with international community.

"While pursuing bilateral dialogue with India, the issue should be raised at the UN and with the international community urging them to play their role in resolution of Kashmir dispute in accordance with the wishes of Kashmiri people," says the resolution.

The matter of Indian aggression is being discussed for last two days in the House.

The resolution was moved by Advisor on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz. It expressed concern over the plight of Kashmiris living under Indian occupation and non-fulfilment of rights of self-determination.

The house expressed heartfelt condolences with the bereaved families and prayed for full recovery of those who sustained injuries in Indian firing. It appreciated the armed forces for their courage and bravery with which it has responded to the situation.

The resolution also appreciated the resolve of the National Security Committee to thwart any threat to Pakistan's territorial integrity and sovereignty.

The resolution expressed its concern for the plight of Kashmiris in Jammu & Kashmir living under Indian occupation and non-fulfilment of their right to self-determination.

"While commending UNMOGIP's work, the Assembly emphasized the need to make its role more effective, in terms of ceasefire monitoring and reporting," it said.

Taking the floor, Minister for Defence Khwaja Asif said Pakistan's wish for peace in the region should not be considered as its weakness.

"We are already in a state of war but have full ability to protect our land," he said adding that nuclear countries should show more responsibility in such kind of matters and refrain from misadventures. They were not in favour to escalate tensions between the two countries.

Advisor on National Security and Foreign Affair Sartaj Aziz said our armed forces are fully prepared to protect the country. "Delegations will also go to other countries to raise the issue," he said adding that the government has noted down the suggestions of lawmakers to make a better strategy.

Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly Syed Khursheed Shah, on a point of order, said that Pakistan should send delegations of parliamentarians to different countries to plead Pakistan's case forcefully.

He further said that both the countries should resolve the issue through dialogue process. He opposed the statement given by former president Pervez Musharaf for dropping bomb on India.

About ending the sit-in by Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), the opposition leader said PTI should also follow the suit and play its positive role in parliament.

Shah also demanded of the government to announce general public holiday on Friday keeping in view the rights of the minorities, as the Hindu community wants to celebrate Dewali on this day.

Responding to matters raised by the opposition leader, Khwaja Asif remarked that PTI should also follow the suit and end its sit-in.

Earlier, 'Electoral Rolls (Amendment) Ordinance, 2014 (No.7 of 2014)' and 'the Delimitation of Constituencies (Amendment) Ordinance 2014 were laid before the house.

Responding to a call-attention notice about time schedule for the return of 10 lakh IDPS of North Waziristan, Minister for States and Frontier Region Abdul Qadri Balcoh, "It is not so easy. Till clearing the area from terrorists this is not safe to re-settle the IDPs," he added.

Later, Speaker Iyaz Sadiq adjourned the house till Monday due to Dewali which is taking place today.