He said this while talking to media man here on Wednesday.
He held that harassing Pakistani diplomats, their families and children is against diplomatic decorum.
He made it clear while condemning in strongest terms harassing Pakistani diplomats and their families that onus lies on Indian government to provide security to Pakistani diplomats.
Unluckily, these incidents are continuing despite several protests lodged with Indian Ministry of external affairs, he added.
Citing to irresponsible attitude of Indian government he remarked that Indian Govt should realize its responsibility and ensure security for Pakistani diplomats, their families and children.
Federal Minister for Defence, Khurram Dastgir Khan, has introduced Joint Maritime Information Organization Bill 2018 in the National Assembly
The bill will act as a nerve centre for collecting, fusing, and disseminating information related to maritime domain to all stakeholders. Since the concept involves a number of stakeholders/agencies, which have peculiar command structures and organizations, therefore, a Bill passed by Parliament is considered imperative to achieve seamless integration of all the organizations.
Maritime security has assumed significant importance in contemporary global environment. Major threats emanating at sea include piracy, transnational criminal activities, illegal fishing, smuggling, human and drug trafficking, gun running, etc. These threats can assume asymmetric proportions for the state. Early detection and timely warning to various agencies responsible for maritime security will enable coordinated, immediate, and effective response to emerging situations. Majority of the maritime states have already restructured their maritime security organizations under a similar concept.
Pakistan Navy conceived Joint Maritime Information Organization (JMIO) concept in 2012 to establish a formal mechanism for effective exchange of Maritime related information between all stakeholders. Consequently, a Joint Maritime Information Coordination Centre (JMICC) was established under the auspices of Pakistan Navy at PNS Qasim, Karachi on 07 February,2013.
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