government decision about the reopens the Nato supply route was absolutely wrong and against the country sovereignty. Haroon Rashid Senior Leader JI
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government decision about the reopens the Nato supply route was absolutely wrong and against the country sovereignty. Haroon Rashid Senior Leader JI

Peshawar : Pakistan | Jul 04, 2012 at 8:50 AM PDT
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Pakistan accepts US apology, reopens border

Tribal elders and workers of different religious and political parties of Bajaur tribal region have strongly opposed the restoration of Nato supply route in the country and saying that the restoration of supply routes to the Nato forces could put negative impact over the law and order and the economic situation of the country. Talking to reporter here Jamaat-e-Islami ,Fata Ameer and ex member National Assembly ,Sahib zada Haroon-ur-Rasheed said that the government decision about the reopens the Nato supply route was absolutely wrong and against the country sovereignty. “ The restoration of Nato supply route was not in the Favor of the country interest it could put negative impact over the country situation,” he added Jamait-Ulma-Islam Bajaur Ameer and former MNA, Moulana Mohammad Sadiq has strongly condemned the government decision about the restoration of Nato supply routes and said that the decision will more damaged the country dignity because the US did not make official apology for the death of the soldiers killed in the Salala Attack. “The government should obey the parliament resolution Because the Nato supply was, suspended by the recommendation of parliament,” he said. Jamait-Ulma-Islam Bajaur General Secretary and ex senator Moulana Abdur-Rasheed said that the restoration of Nato supply line have very disappointed the people of the country and particularly the tribesmen. He maintained that the allies and US were always busy in anti Pakistan activities and the Us conditional aid has badly destroyed the country’s economy. He said that The Government had claimed that the US drone attacks in the tribal areas would be stop but yet its does not stopped and hundreds of innocent tribesmen have been killed by the US drone attacks. He asked the government to explain the condition to the nation in which the Nato supply line was restored. “If the government does not take the people in to confidence the decision would put bad impact in the country law and order situation,” he added. JI Bajaur Moulna Wahid Gul has said that the decision of the Nato supply line was totally against the country interest because it would put the country in more crisis. “Our party will never accept the decision because the resuming of the Nato supply routes was a result of the Pressure of the US,” he said .Pakistan Mulslim league N senior leader Mohammad yar Shahid said the country honor and dignity had already damaged by the ruler wrong and pro Us foreign policies and the Restoration of the Nato supply routes would more destroyed the country sovereignty. “The restoration of Nato supply line without apology from the Us showed that the ruler has not interest with the country sovereignty, “ he said . Pakistan Tahreek Insaf Bajaur senior leader Mamabar khan khan also rejected the restoration of Nato supply line. Talking to journalists he said that no doubt the Pakistan was a partner with the US in the war on terror but Pakistan has loses hundred million dollar in the war. He said the restoration of Nato supply line would create law and order situation in the country. “Insurgency and instability would enhance in the country and particularly in the tribal areas,” he told. He said that government should care the felling of the people because majority of people against the restoration of Nato supply.

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