The police in Indian Held Kashmir on Tuesday had issued an advisory for the masses through the Press asking them to be prepared for a possible nuclear war by building bomb proof basements and collecting food and water for at least two weeks.
Mushahid who is also the Senate Standing Committee on Defence said that he would also write in this connection to his Indian counterpart what he said a psychological warfare.
He also urged the Parliamentarians to play their due role to decrease heightened tensions between the two countries.
At the same time, he said India had resorted to aggression and such attempts were being made to keep Pakistan under pressure and divert its attention on Western borders.
"This a conspiracy to increase India's role in Afghanistan and Pakistan's policy in this regard is very clear," he added.
Law Minister Farooq H Naek tabled the Investigation for Fair Trial Bill, 2012 before the House that would pave way for investigations to collect evidence by means of modern techniques and devices to prevent and effectively deal with scheduled offences and to regulate the powers of the law-enforcement and investigation agencies.
Chairman Senate Syed Nayyer Hussain Bokhari referred the bill to the concerned House committee with the direction that it would come up with its recommendations not later than Monday.
Leader of the Opposition in the Senate Ishaq Dar had requested the chair to refer the bill for thorough deliberations as was done in National Assembly where 33 suggestions from Opposition sides were incorporated in the proposed legislation. The National Assembly had already passed the bill.
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), the major Opposition party in the Senate, also staged a protest walkout over the continuous incident of killings in Karachi and specially the recent killing of their two workers there.
Mushahidullah Khan of PML-N and Information Secretary of his party on a point of order condemned the incident of killing of two PML-N workers, the father and his son, in Karachi. He asked for the constitution of a Parliamentary Committee to discuss this problem.
Raja Zafarul Haq, senior PML-N leader, said that around 20 people were killed in the City, the other day, and the writ of the government was not visible there and termed it the insensitivity of the Sindh government before staging a protest walkout.
Senator Nasreen Jalil from MQM said his party was the worst victim of the phenomenon of killings in Karachi and asked the PML-N to show unity alongwith his party and ANP to end this terrorism, He asked all the parties to come on the same page to fight with the menace of terrorism.
PML-N came back in the House on the assurance of Islamuddin Sheikh, the Chief Whip of PPP in the Senate, who on the floor condemning the killing of PML-N workers said that the federal government would convey to the Sindh government to stop these killings.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazlur Rehman (JUI-F) from the Opposition sides continued their protest in the House for the third consecutive day over the imposition of Governor rule in Balochistan and staged a protest walkout from the Senate.
Balochistan National Party-Awami from the Treasury sides and FATA members also joined JUI-F as a protest.
Senator Heman Das, a minority member from JUI-F, remarked that Governor Rule was imposed in Balochistan, what he said 'undemocratic Governor Rule and unconstitutional step of the Federal government', by dismissing a democratic and elected government. He asked for all the political parties to unite against this 'unconstitutional' step of the Federal government as they displayed unity to end 'undemocratic' long march.
Later, Hasil Khan Bizenjo of National Party Balochistan opposed this protest stating that he did not support the Governor Rule but the government during last five years in the province was the continuity of Musharraf regime. He said BNP- Awami should first quit the Treasury Benches instead of staging a walkout against the action of the Federal government.
He informed National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had recently unearthed Rs 35 billion corruption in Balochistan Development Authority (BDA) and it had recently arrested 18 people on corruption allegations within four days after the dismissal of the government. "And the people got relief after removal of such a corrupt government," he said ,adding, that the people of Balochistan were not siding with those protesting against the Governor Rule.