US General Compared Pakistan State Policy as North Korean | US Commanders are allowed to Destroy Terror Sanctuaries in Pakistan

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US General Compared Pakistan State Policy as North Korean | Commanders are allowed to Destroy Terror Sanctuaries in Pak:

“Don’t Blackmail others on Nuclear Capability” “It would end up as another North Korea”-Trump Administration to Pakistan– This is the stern warning from US to Pakistan on giving shelter and forming safe heavens to terrorists. United States who has provided thousands Billion dollar aid to Pakistan earlier, in recent actions including suspending of Security assistance, blocking aid of Pakistan & using Drone Strikes inside Pakistan sends stern message to world community that US & other countries should work for the betterment of humanity.

Giving a sharp reply on Pakistan to eliminate the terror safe heavens & to take action against Terror sanctuaries inside territory US National Security General H R McMaster warning Pakistan to not become another North Korea.

US warns Pakistan on Terror as State Policy

President Donald J. Trump since coming into power has severally warned Pakistan on the issue of terrorism specifically in neighborhood and now has putted his words into action. In recent warning US National Security General H R McMaster has highlighted that Pakistan uses terror as state policy and goes after terrorists ‘very selectively’ and if the country tries its nuclear capability as a national resource to blackmail others, it would end up as another North Korea.

New: On Tuesday the White House released a document which went a step ahead, indicating that American commanders in the region also had the authority to deal with alleged terrorist safe havens inside Pakistan. This move indicates US is no longer to be fooled by Pakistan on begging aid & other assistance mutually providing shelters to killers of humanity.

Trump administration in recent time has increased drone strikes at alleged terrorist safe havens in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) and reports from the region suggest that several Haqqani Network commanders were also killed in attacks.

But so far, the US administration has not spoken about the casualty.

Pakistan’s comparison with North Korea

US National Security General McMaster, a former US Army General, speaking on US President Donald Trump’s New Year Day tweet on Pakistan in a Voice of America interview warned the Pakistan on its state policy to use terror as a weapon & creating insecurity across the Continents. McMaster in his Interview suggested that if Pakistan continues its stat policy on same track it would end up as Another North Korea.

On Tuesday White House released a document, while the president was finishing his first State of the Union speech, focuses on issues that Mr Trump either missed in his speech or just mentioned them without elaborating his position, such as Afghanistan and Pakistan. Donald J Trump earlier after attending the World Economic Forum WEF Davos gave his view points on Security issues after Kabul Attack where around 200 plus people have been died.

Trump Administration on Terror- New South Asia Policy

President Trump appealed to Congress to make a law, ensuring that US aid goes only to friends, not to enemies of America, hinted indirectly to Pakistan.

“Tonight, I am asking Congress to pass legislation to help ensure American foreign-assistance dollars always serve American interests, and only go to friends of America, not enemies of America,” said the president and earned a warm applause from his supporters.

Mr Trump said he had authorized his commanders in Afghanistan to directly engage the militants who attack US and Afghan forces, but he did not mention Pakistan.

“As of a few months ago, our warriors in Afghanistan have new rules of engagement,” he said. “Along with their heroic Afghan partners, our military is no longer undermined by artificial timelines, and we no longer tell our enemies our plans.”

US Deputy Secretary of State- John J Sullivan on South Asia Policy

US Deputy Secy. John Sullivan said clearly that last week’s terrorist attacks in Kabul, which killed almost 200 people, would have no impact on Washington’s commitment to the South Asia policy.

John J Sullivan also explained the Trump administration’s “New South Asia strategy” & said that our fight is with the Taliban and with extremist elements, terrorist groups here in Afghanistan”.

He said that the South Asia strategy was a regional policy, focused on improving the situation in Afghanistan, but it’s a broader regional approach that includes a relationship with Pakistan, India and other countries in the region.

“We will continue our dialogue with Pakistan. We also encourage the government of Afghanistan to continue bilateral discussions with Pakistan,”

Source- WT

Website of the Sources- www.westertimes.com

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