ISLAMABAD: US and its allies has increased pressure on Pakistan regarding war on terror as process on condemnation resolution has stopped which was going to be passed by Parliament against American President Donald J. Trump over his provocative tweet against Pakistan.   

Foreign Minister, Khawaja Asif had to table resolution before Parliament for formal approval.

A reliable source from Parliament told Online that National Assembly and Senate had to pass condemnation resolutions against the tweet of US President in which he (Trump) termed Pakistan as liar, deceitful and swindled who had been given 33 billion USD aid in war on terror.

Allied parties of government, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had completed consultations in this regard and draft had been prepared but political elite agreed to keep door of talks open with the US.

It has been learnt that US and its allies approached and pressurized Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) to not get the resolution approved from the Parliament.  

It has also been divulged that big powers including US promised Nawaz Sharif for helping in cases undergoing against him and biggest role will be played by Saudi Arabia in this regard.

It has been disclosed that Pakistan has decided to suspend Afghan supply line but the decision has been terminated.