Related Rule
Practice Relating to Rule 148. Reprisals in Non-International Armed Conflicts
At the CDDH, Pakistan made the following new proposal in order to prohibit reprisals:
Isolated cases of disrespect of the provisions of the present Protocol by one party shall not in any circumstances authorize the non-compliance by the other party with the provisions of [the relevant Part], even for the purpose of inducing the adverse party to comply with its obligations. 
Pakistan, New proposal concerning an Article of draft Additional Protocol II submitted to the CDDH, Official Records, Vol. X, CDDH/I/287/Rev. 1, 3 February–18 April 1975, p. 109.
In a later statement, Pakistan stated: “After consultations between various delegations, groups and inter-regional groups, it had been proposed, as a compromise, that [draft] Article 10 bis should be deleted.” 
Pakistan, Statement at the CDDH, Official Records, Vol. VII, CDDH/SR.51, 3 June 1977, p. 107, § 4.