This is being seen as a big challenge for Pakistan, because many people in America consider the Haqqani network to be an important branch of the ISI. This bill also seeks proof of this from the US President.
in front of the country Pakistan Repeatedly begging with a bowl, now the same country has started preparing to cut him. American A bill has been introduced in Parliament to end Pakistan’s status as a major non-NATO ally. This bill has been introduced by a US MP, in which there is a provision for Pakistan to require annual certification from the US President with certain conditions.
Usually such bills fail to pass, but the current bill reflects the sentiments of MPs against Pakistan, which is known for harboring terrorism and using it as a state policy. Congressman Andy Biggs, representing Arizona’s 5th Congressional District, has introduced the bill (HR 80).
United States | The bill seeks a certification that contains a determination that Pakistan has taken steps to demonstrate its commitment to preventing the Haqqani Network from using any Pakistani territory as a safe haven.
— ANI (@ANI) January 18, 2023
Pakistan is using Haqqani network!
In order to maintain Pakistan’s status as a major non-NATO ally, the bill requires the US President to issue a certification that Pakistan has failed to arrest and prosecute members of the Haqqani Network. It has shown progress and taken steps to demonstrate its commitment to preventing the Haqqani Network from using any Pakistani territory as a sanctuary.
Both the situations are being seen as a major challenge for Pakistan, as many in the US consider the Haqqani network to be an important branch of the ISI. The bill also seeks certification from the US President that Pakistan actively coordinates with Afghanistan to restrict the activities of terrorists from organizations such as the Haqqani Network near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.
It is necessary to pass the bill from the House of Representatives and the Senate
Before being signed into law by the US President, it must be passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate and sent to the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives for necessary action.