Another Statement From America On The Political Issues In Pakistan

Another Statement From America On The Political Issues In Pakistan

The United States released another clarification on Pakistan’s political crises.

According to reports, Ted Love, a Democratic congressman from the United States, said in a statement that political unrest in Pakistan shouldn’t result in abuse of power by the police, violence, or cruelty.

To guarantee Pakistan’s citizens a peaceful future, he said all parties involved must cooperate, respect nonviolent and democratic ideals, and uphold such norms at all times.

Dr. Asif Mehmood, a Democrat, had earlier said that political retaliation is at its height in Pakistan, that Imran Khan’s life is in danger, that hundreds of his employees have been imprisoned, and that what has been witnessed so far is simply a peek.

In addition, Zalmay Khalilzad, a former US special representative for Afghanistan, claimed that Pakistan is currently experiencing three crises: political, economic, and security.

Zalmay Khalilzad said in a statement that now is the moment for serious, brave thought and strategy and that putting politicians in jail, hanging them from trees, or killing them is not the right course of action.

Imran Khan’s detention, in Zalmay Khalilzad’s opinion, would deepen Pakistan’s current political crisis. In order to prevent this, national elections should be scheduled for early June, with the winning party receiving the support of the electorate. What actions are necessary?

Later, in reaction to comments made regarding Pakistan’s political climate by veteran American diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad, the Foreign Office of Pakistan issued a stern statement.

According to the spokeswoman for the Foreign Office, Pakistan does not require guidance from anyone in order to cope with its problems.

The spokesman asserted that we will successfully navigate the current challenging scenario as a determined country.

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