Bill introduced in US House to freeze aid to Pak

Bill introduced in US House to freeze aid to Pak

Lahore : Pakistan | Sep 27, 2011 at 8:51 AM PDT
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Washington: An input American representative from Texas has introduce a pledge in the House of delegate to thaw all US abet to Pakistan. The House pledge (No HR 3013) if agreed will thaw all US support with the omission of burial that are selected to help make safe nuclear artillery

"Since the discovery of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan has proven to be disloyal, deceptive and a danger to the United States," Congressman Ted Poe said in a proclamation after tabling the pledge in the House on Friday.

"This so-called assistant continues to take billions in US aid, while at the same time supports the militants who attack us. The United States must immediately freeze all aid to Pakistan," said Poe, who is a constituent of the domicile commission on overseas associations.

Pakistan has ready it ‘glaringly evident’ that they will prolong their procedure of 'duplicity and deceit' by pretend to be a US friend in the battle on terror while all together promote sadistic fanaticism the Congressman said.

According Mike Mullen, Chairman of the dual Chiefs of Staff, just this month the Pakistani management support the group who were after together the truck bomb harass that wounded more than 70 US and NATO Troops and the molest on the US Embassy, Poe said.

The pledge has been send to the dwelling Foreign Affairs Committee for required action.

It is simply after this key Congressional team approved the pledge that it will be sent to the House of Representatives.

Outstandingly only a few resolution come into the dwelling of Representatives.

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Kawish Malik is based in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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