Secret deals with US go back to Nawaz Sharif’s term
ISLAMABAD: Federal information minister Firdous Ashiq Awan said on Saturday that the history of secret deals with the Americans date back to PML-N’s term when Nawaz Sharif handed over Pakistani citizens to US intelligence agencies.
Talking to Express News, the information minister claimed that PPP would not compromise on national integrity
Earlier, talking to the media after the joint parliamentary session, Awan had said the unanimous resolution is a message to enemies of Pakistan that the country was united and supported its security forces and intelligence agencies.
She briefed the media about the points of a parliamentary resolution.
The information minister congratulated the people of Pakistan and all political parties for the agreed stance of all political parties on the issue of Pakistan’s sovereignty.
On Friday, Pakistan’s civilian and military chiefs briefed a closed-door session of the parliament with regards to the Abbottabad operation in which al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was killed. Lawmakers unequivocally condemned the US unilateral action in Abbottabad and called for a review of the terms of engagement with the US in a unanimous resolution.
The lawmakers also warned the US against conducting unilateral operations in Pakistani territory, including drone strikes, failing which the government may consider withdrawal of transit facility to Nato/Isaf forces in Afghanistan.