The National Assembly has passed a unanimous resolution condemning the Indian claim in the un General Assembly that Jammu and Kashmir is integral part of India. The resolution moved by Syed Naveed Qamar said Indian External Affairs Minister in her speech in the UNGA ignored the fact that Jammu and Kashmir is still on the agenda of UNSC and Indian Occupied Kashmir is universally accepted disputed territory. The resolution said the Modi government has a history of threats with the misguided belief that Pakistan will move away from its support to innocent Kashmiris being butchered by Indian forces. The house believes that peace and progress is depended upon good neighborly relations and the only way forward is through constructive dialogue and not the current threats being issued by Indian Prime Minister to unilaterally terminate the Indus Water Treaty agreement. The resolution said the hostile environment being perpetuated by the present Indian government and creating war hysteria will not be in the best interest of peace and stability in the region. Finance Minister Ishaq Dar in a policy statement told the house that Pakistan has become 104th member of multilateral convention of organization for economic cooperation and development by signing the agreement on 14th of this month in Paris. Before the passage of resolution advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz told the house that India cannot alternate or revoke the Indus Water Treaty unilaterally. Responding to a calling attention notice moved by Shireen Mazari and others, he said there is no provision of suspension in the treaty. He said according to international law, India cannot unilaterally revoke the treaty. The advisor said if India tries to violate the treaty, there will be a befitting reaction from Pakistan. Earlier the house adopted a resolution urging the government to take steps to abolish interest on house building advance being given to the federal government employees. It was moved by Parveen Masood Bhatti.