The Parliamentary Committee on National Security has clearly said to the United States that neither Pakistani government nor its people will tolerate the presence of US army on their land.
The meeting of the committee was held at the Parliament House with its Chairman Senator Raza Rabbani in chair. The committee said that the negotiation process might be stirred forward by using multi-prong strategy, with all those Taliban groups, which would agree to be disarmed before talks.
The big bosses of the Foreign Office gave detailed briefing to the committee on the situation arose after rift in the Pak-US ties, American threats and allegations and fresh blames levelled by Afghan government.
After the meeting, the committee Chairman, Senator Raza Rabbani told media that the committee called the high ups of the Defence Ministry on October 11, who would also brief the committee members on the tension created between Pakistan and USA.
He said the committee reiterated its resolve that the entire parliament is united in the difficult time. People, army and government would not accept any foreign aggression so it is hoped that US will not commit a mistake of crossing boundaries of Pakistan.
“The US cannot present any evidence in support of their allegations. The USA should also adopt the roadmap that leads towards the negotiation table”, Rabbani added.