US wants NATO to enter Pakistan:

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MARDAN: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) leader Sirajul Haq has alleged that the United States ‘besieged’ Pakistan from four sides and created a law and order situation in the country to pave the way for NATO forces to enter the country.

Addressing a press conference at the press club here, Sirajul Haq, the JI Naib Ameer, said that providing accommodation to officials of the US embassy in a five-star hotel in Peshawar was a ‘dangerous plan’ that would have a serious repercussion.

He alleged that the government also sold four hours of Radio Pakistan to an American radio station, saying the underground US activities in Pakistan were confusing and deplorable.

He added that due to the flawed polices of the present government, people were facing law and order situation. He said the US wanted to create chaos in the country through the Kerry-Lugar Bill and his party had rejected the bill and announced the start of peaceful agitation.

Articles by: Sirajul Haq

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