US: Pakistan not to discriminate among terrorists


WASHINGTON: The United States strained to the Pakistan not to discriminate among terrorists, based on their agenda or affiliation, said there is no safe havens for terrorists in the country.

Elizabeth Trudeau, the State Department Spokesperson told to reporter on Friday, “We are bothering to the highest level of the government of Pakistan on the need to deny safe haven to extremists,”

She said, “Pakistan should not discriminate among terrorist on the basis of agenda or affiliation, they should follow their commitment.”

Trudeau pointed out to Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif had said that they would not discriminate.

She said, “The terrorist attack on the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul is against the very best of a group of Afghanistan and “is a sign that we can all do more”.

Trudeau said, “In a past we encourage the governments of Afghanistan and Pakistan to work together, considering resent attack ensure such attack should not happened again but to increase their cooperation respond violent extremism at large,”

In nearly 10 hour of raid, 16 people were killed after militants charge the American University of Afghanistan on Wednesday evening.

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