Resolution against Trump’s allegations moved in KP assembly


PESHAWAR: Pakistan People Party on Thursday submitted a resolution in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assembly against US President Donald Trump recent remarks in which he accused Pakistan a safe havens for terrorist organisations.
The resolution was moved by the PPP Member Provincial Assembly Fakhar Azam rejecting threats from the US president of stopping financial aid to Pakistan and said will not spare anyone for conspiring against Pakistan.

The resolution asked the federal government to make foreign policy which explains nature of Pakistan relation with US.
The resolution said that Pakistan had tendered countless sacrifices in the war against terror which can’t be ignored. The US only serving its own interest, the resolution read.
“Pakistan is at the frontline of fighting terrorism, It can’t be pressurized by making threats to cut military aids, concluded the resolution.