NA passes unanimous resolution rejecting hostile, threatening statements against Pakistan made by US President, top US commander in Afghanistan
Lower House terms new US policy highly detrimental to regional stability.
National Assembly has passed a unanimous resolution rejecting hostile and threatening statements against Pakistan made by US President and top US commander in Afghanistan.
The resolution moved by Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif condemned attempts by Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan, considering it a move highly detrimental to regional stability.
The resolution moved by Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif also rejected the claims of Nato Commander in Afghanistan General Nicholson regarding presence of Taliban Shura in Quetta and Peshawar.
The House condemned attempts by Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan, considering it a move highly detrimental to regional stability.
The Resolution also condemned Indian State terrorism in occupied Kashmir and reiterated Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support to Kashmiris for their struggle for right to self-determination.
It also rejected the US claims of giving Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. It said that Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than $ 123 billion in war against terrorism.
The resolution denounced complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism.
The National Assembly through the resolution acknowledged sacrifices of the security forces in their counter terrorism operations.
The resolution extended support to counter-terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies.
It reiterated that as a responsible nuclear state, Pakistan has a robust and credible command and control system in place, which has been universally recognized.
The resolution called upon the government to commence a diplomatic initiative, particularly with friendly countries in the region to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter-terrorism strategy.
The resolution expressed serious concern over increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist's networks in Afghan provinces bordering with Pakistan.
The resolution asked the Afghan Government to close all safe havens being provided to banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, Jamat-ul-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan.
The resolution demanded the US, NATO and Afghan Government to ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan.
The House reiterated Pakistan's desire to lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan.
The House has now been prorogued.