Arrests have been made of those suspected of collaborating with the IIB, but while President Ayub Khan has expressed hope that Sheikh Mujibur Rahman can be reasoned with and that there can perhaps be a reconciliation of the conflict that gave power to this underhanded and dangerous plot by India, it is the opinion of this government that Indian espionage is a continued threat to peace within Pakistan.
In light of these facts, we propose the following resolution to this chamber:
Pakistan, of course, grants permission for UN personnel to arrive on our side of the border between India and the eastern portion of Pakistan, and stands FOR this resolution. We thank our peers for their time, and sincerely hope that India will forsake covert action against our nation so that we may focus on national healing and contributing to humanity's fight against the extraterrestrial threat.The General Assembly
Recalling: that peace, or at least a cessation of hostilities, between the nations of Earth is crucial to our nations' self-defense against the threat of Alien invasion and Posadist insurrection.
Recognizing that efforts by India to destabilize Pakistan would constitute a violation of the principles this organization was founded on, and is contrary to he spirit of international law and diplomacy that laid the UN's foundations.
Admitting that it is both within the authority of this organization to request admittance of UN observers and a panel of inquiry to the border regions of eastern India and Pakistan, and that it is a small step to take for the sake of international peace and stability.
Calls for the following:
1)Repudiation of diplomatic, material, or military support for terrorism, separatism and/or armed revolt against the Islamic Republic of Pakistan by the Republic of India, and an immediate end to any such.
2) Permission by the Republic of India and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to deploy observers and a fact-finding mission to the relevant regions of both nations.
3)The deployment of such a mission by the UN, in an attempt to determine whether the Republic of India is currently engaged in hostile moves against the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
4)A UN declaration that refusal to repudiate support for aforementioned elements acting against the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, a finding by the UN inquiry or observers that such is ongoing, or refusal by the Republic of India to admit said UN mission is an indication of guilt and grounds for UNGA sanctions against India so long as such support continues.