Pakistan worried on Donald Trump new policy called emergency meeting

Islamabad: Pakistan has been horrified by the new policy of US President Donald Trump’s South Asia region. The meeting of the National Security Committee of Pakistan (NSC) was held on Thursday. In the meeting chaired by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, the counter policy on Trump’s policy was considered. Even before this, the NSC meeting has been held on this issue. According to the report of ‘News International’, senior citizens and military officers participated in this meeting. Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff Committee, Chief of the three services of the Army, Defense, Home, Minister of Foreign and Finance Affairs, Head of Intelligence and National Security Advisor.

The US President has sharply criticized Pakistan in its policy this week and said that he is sheltering the ‘agents of chaos’. At the same time, they have cleared the way for the deployment of thousands of American soldiers in Afghanistan. Earlier, the Barack Obama administration had said that the process of withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan would be started. But, Trump changed this policy.

In response to American criticism, Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Wednesday that Pakistan is expecting confidence, understanding, and acceptance of its contribution against terrorism rather than any physical or financial aid from the US.