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Senior Senator: Pakistan Harmed by Relations with US

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, May 25 (ICANA) – Chairman of the Pakistani Senate Standing Committee on Interior Talha Mahmood cautioned about the damages inflicted on the country due to Islamabad's wrong policies on terrorism and its relations with Washington.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011 10:18:03 PM
Senior Senator: Pakistan Harmed by Relations with US

"Pakistan should revise its domestic and foreign policies since the US is exploiting Pakistan to attain its own interests and this is not a correct policy," Senator Mahmood told FNA on Wednesday.

He further condemned the terrorist attack on Mehran naval base in Karachi, Southeastern Pakistan, and blasted Washington's stance on the incident.

"Under such critical conditions, the US should increase its support for Pakistan instead of criticizing the country."

Mahmood also lamented that the phenomenon of terrorism has created an economic crisis in Pakistan since no country is willing to invest in the country.

A large number of the Pakistani politicians have lately started criticizing Islamabad for giving in to the US pressures, urging the country's officials to model on Iran's policies and decisions in relations with the western powers.

Former Chief of the Staff of the Pakistani Army General Mirza Aslam Beg yesterday called on the Islamabad government to break away from the yoke of the US policies and forge closer ties and alliance with such real friends as Iran.

"Now is the right time to review our friendship with the US," Aslam Beg told FNA in Islamabad in November.

"Pakistan should also establish good relations with its neighbors, Iran in particular," he noted.

He lauded the Iranian nation's confrontation against the pressures and sanctions imposed by the US, and noted, "Pakistan should follow Iran's path and free itself from the Americans' spider web."

Also earlier this year, a senior Pakistani politician called on Islamabad officials to follow Ahmadinejad as a role model in standing against the irrational demands raised by the western powers, specially the US.

"Pakistani officials should learn from the Iranian president how to represent their nation," Former chief of Pakistan's Jamaat-e-Islami and Head of the country's Majlis-e-Amal Qazi Hussain Ahmad told FNA in June 2010.

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