ISLAMABAD Condemning the attacks launched by NATO helicopters inside Pakistan, the Opposition in the National Assembly on Tuesday demanded of the Government to brief the House about the killing of around 30 people. Speaking, on point of the order, the Opposition Leader in the Lower House of the Parliament, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said that the Government had not taken up the issue as seriously as it should be and urged the Parliamentarians to be unite to defend the sovereignty of country. The Foreign Office registered protest against it, however, the way NATO replied was extremely arrogant. The Foreign Minister or the Interior Minister should brief the House regarding this incident while NATO and US should clear their position, the Opposition Leader said. President PPP Sherpao, Aftab Sherpao, on the point of order, said the NATO helicopters launched attacks inside Pakistan but the Government remained invisible in this regard. He further said that the law and order situation in Kurram Agency was deteriorating with each passing day and the Government had failed to establish its writ in the area. Hundreds of people of this Agency are now IDPS and they are even not registered, he added. 'Dont take NATO attacks easy. The Government should give a statement that it will not accept any step against the country in future, Sherpao demanded. PML-N, MNA Aftab Sheikh, however, said that his party would submit an adjournment motion in this regard. Responding to various questions raised by the legislators, Interior Minister Rehman Malik said that the Government and Pakistan Army were fully alive and would not allow any other force to carry out attack inside the country. He assured the House that the Government would protect sovereignty of the country at all costs and this issue would be taken up at every appropriate forum. He informed the House that the issue of NATO attacks would also be raised with the Tripartite Commission comprising Pakistan, Afghanistan and NATO. He told the National Assembly that some Kunhar (Afghanistan) based elements were involved in creating law and order situation in Pakistan and the Government had informed the Afghan President regarding this involvement. He also urged the Speaker to convene an in-camera briefing over the issue.