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No mention of foreign spies, use of airbases by foreigners in Pak US ties review

Islamabad, Thu, 12 Apr 2012 ANI

Islamabad, Apr 12(ANI): The recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) do not contain clauses regarding American operatives and defence contractors operating on Pakistani soil and a complete ban on the use of the country's airbases by foreigners.

The recommendations, however, include demanding an unconditional apology from the US over the deadly November 26 airstrike and action against the people involved in the gory attack, as well as levying and checking NATO containers at entry points in Pakistan.

The redrafted set of proposals will be tabled before the Pakistan Parliament today.

The joint sitting of the Pakistan Parliament is likely to approve the recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) on the reviewing of foreign policy and re-opening NATO supply routes with a majority vote, if not with consensus.

Government sources told The Nation that the political parties had evolved a consensus that the re-opening of the NATO supply routes should be linked to the cessation of the drone attacks.

Meanwhile, Jamiat Ulema- e Islam (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has announced the end of the boycott of the PCNS deliberations.

Sources in the JUI-F said they would stick to their stance that the NATO supply routes should be re-opened only after taking certain guarantees regarding Pakistan's integrity from the US.

The Pakistan People's Party, however, does not want to segregate issue of the NATO supply route from the PCNS recommendations and would try to resolve the matter with a voice vote in the parliament. (ANI)

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