SHAFAQNA – Pakistan government on Thursday decided to call joint session of the Parliament for a debate on whether Pakistan should cooperate with Saudi-led Decisive Storm War coalition against Yemen campaign or not. The session will be held on Monday, April 6. The decision was taken at a high-level meeting presided over by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif wherein he was briefed by Defence Minister Khawaja Asif and foreign policy chief Sartaj Aziz a day after their return from Saudi Arabia.
Heads of country’s armed forces also attended the meeting.
On the other hand, Federal Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif said that he had “very good discussion with his Saudi counterpart about Yemen conflict.”
In a message on micro-blogging website on Wednesday, Asif said that he was submitting a report on the visit to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif immediately.
He said that the visit helped the Pakistani delegation in having better understanding of the conflict in Yemen.
“Had very good discussion with Saudi Defense minister. Visit helped us in having better understanding of the conflict in Yemen and concerns of our Saudi brethren,” he tweeted, adding that a report was being submitted to PM immediately.
Saudi monarchy’s official religion is Wahhabism and they invented al-Qaida and Daish (ISIL) and hijacked Deobandis of Pakistan during Afghan war in 1980s. Wahhabis monarchies have invaded Shafii and Hanafi Sunni Muslims and their allied-Houthi tribe of Zaydis because they all opposed unelected anti-Islam Wahhabi monarchs to meddle into Yemenis internal affairs. Pakistan comprises of Sunni Hanafi Muslims and allied-Shia Muslims who were marginalized by Wahhabis-financed Deobandis and their ally U.S.-led West that is also an ally of illegitimate state of Israel.
Source : shiitenews.org