Senate committee unanimously condemns May 9 vandalism.

ISLAMABAD -- The Senate Standing Committee on Defence on Thursday condemned the May 9 arson and vandalism incidents.

The committee which was convened to discuss matters related to the national security and public welfare, met under the chairmanship of Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed and encompassed an array of agenda items, including the commemoration of Youm: e: Takreem: e: Shuhada and the resolution of a land issue in Turbat, Balochistan.

At the outset of the proceedings, the committee members paid their respect to the martyrs by offering Fateha on the occasion of Youm: e: Takreem: e: Shuhada Pakistan Day. This solemn moment served as a reminder of the immense sacrifices made by the valiant defenders of the nation.

During the meeting, the committee unanimously passed a resolution expressing unwavering solidarity with Pakistan's armed forces and condemning the regrettable incidents of arson and vandalism that occurred on May 9. The resolution reflected the committee's strong commitment to upholding peace, stability, and security within the country and demanded the culprits be caught and brought to justice, following due process of law after a transparent investigation.

The committee also discussed the...

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