Published On: Mon, Feb 13th, 2017

U.S not granted visa to Pakistan Senate’s Deputy Chairman Molana Haideri

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Pakistan legislators has threatened United States of America to boycott from their American counterparts after U.S has dined visa of Pakistan’s Senate Deputy Chairman Molana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri.

According to reports, the administration of Donald Trump has not issued visa to a Pakistani Senate’s Deputy Chairman that has now deepen the rift of controversies between Pakistan and United States. The lawmakers of Pakistan is deciding to boycott the American counterparts after US embassy rejected the visa application of Molana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri.

Molana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri is the deputy chairman of the Senate and the Secretary General of Jamiatul-Ulema-e-Islamia (F) (JUI-F). He has to present Pakistan at IPU meeting. Pakistan Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani announced a boycott of the UN sponsored Inter-Parliamentary which scheduled in New York on 13 and 14th February. Molana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri as not represent Pakistan in forum due to not having visa. The Senate Chairman released a statement, “No delegation, member of Congress or diplomat of the US will be welcomed by the Senate of Pakistan, Senate Standing Committees and the senators in their official capacity till this issue is resolved.”

The refusal came just after the US President Donald Trump signed the executive according to which the peoples of Libya, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Sudan, Somalia will not able to enter United States for 90 days. Earlier in election campaign, Donald Trump fulfil his promise to put ban on Muslim countries as the President declared Muslims “terrorist”.

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