Pakistan is taking action against all terrorist groups without any discrimination, says FO spokesperson

Most recent attestations by the US about Pakistan “specifically” battling militant groups and enabling its dirt to be utilized for fear monger exercises, have been rubbished by the Foreign Office representative in a most recent meeting with “Voice of America”.

These comments by the FO representative came as a reaction to the current charges heaved by HR McMaster, the US National Security Adviser, who said that the Trump organization needs territorial nations like Pakistan to quit giving “place of refuge and bolster bases” to the [Afghan] Taliban and Haqqani Network.

“We have clarity in such manner, having endured unparalleled loss of lives of a huge number of our citizens and billions of dollars to Pakistan’s economy that we need to annihilate the threat totally and we might keep on fighting the psychological oppressors, regardless,” the representative told VOA.

“This is, obviously, you know, an extremely incomprehensible circumstance, right, where Pakistan is taking incredible misfortunes. They have contended energetically against these gatherings, however they’ve done as such truly just specifically,” he included further.

Notwithstanding declining to examine any insights about Trump’s new ‘Afghan procedure,’ McMaster demands that the president has taken some critical choices in such manner.

The better and brighter US procedure, as indicated by VOA, includes an expanded weight on Pakistan to address the issue of activist places of refuge, extending ramble strikes, lessening help to Islamabad and minimizing Pakistan’s status as a noteworthy non-NATO partner.

“The US audit for the district including Pakistan is as yet progressing and we should anticipate its result,” said Zakaria.

These remarks were invited by the Afghan Defense Ministry representative Dawlat Waziri, who stated, “The Afghan government has since a long time ago kept up that without consummation the asylums on the opposite side of the border, the war in Afghanistan won’t end.”