Republican Congressman introduces legislation for termination of Pakistan as non-NATO ally

The Congressman lawmaker introducing Resolution 73 in the House of Representatives sought the termination of Pakistan.

A Republican Congressman, Andy Biggs, has introduced a legislation in Congress for the termination of Pakistan as a non-NATO ally which has been sent to the House Foreign Affairs Committee for approval.

The Congressman lawmaker introducing Resolution 73 in the House of Representatives sought the termination of Pakistan.

He also set conditions for its re-designation.

The Resolution states the U.S. President needs to certify to the Congress that Pakistan continues to conduct military operations against the terror groups the United States is asking for redesignation as non-Nato ally in future.

The Resolution also added, this has to be proved the operations against the terror groups are contributing significantly to disrupt the hideouts of the militants.

The Haqqani network, Taliban, Al Qaeda, Daesh and similar groups have to be made redundant in the bordering areas and in the cities and anywhere they are present and operative, the Resolution stated.

It also sought certification from the Congress that Pakistan has taken steps to prevent the Haqqani Network and other groups from using any Pakistani territory and that the Government of Pakistan is coordinating with the Government of Afghanistan to restrict the movement of militants across the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.