Govt condemns Wednesday's drone strikes

Govt says drone strikes have a negative impact on efforts to bring peace and stability in Pakistan and the region.

Web Desk June 18, 2014
A file photo of a drone. PHOTO: AFP

ISLAMABAD: The government of Pakistan condemned the two incidents of US drone strikes that took place near Miramshah, North Waziristan during the early hours of Wednesday.

According to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday, where they termed the strikes as a "violation of its sovereignty and territorial integrity."

"These strikes have a negative impact on the government’s efforts to bring peace and stability in Pakistan and the region."

Wednesday's strikes killed at least six people. On June 11, two successive drone strikes reportedly killed around 16 people and injured few others.

There have been three drone strikes this year, killing around 20 people.


Rex Minor | 7 years ago | Reply

@Bakhtiyar Ghazi Khan:

Your Prime Minister has not only made arrangements with the Americans but also with the Indian leader in his visit to him, asking for his spport for army indiscriminate areal bombings. You are on your own now in looking after those escaping from bombings including woman and children!!

Rex Minor

Bakhtiyar Ghazi Khan | 7 years ago | Reply

Overwhelming majority of the citizens of KPK province and FATA condemn these drone attacks.

Most of the comments supporting drone attacks here are from Indian Hindus or MQM supporters, both of which are enemies of Pakistanis and Pukhtoon people.

If the citizens of North Waziristan decide these drone attacks are against their interests, who is anyone sitting in Karachi or New Delhi to say they are wrong. I condemn all these people screaming for the blood of Pukhtoons, shame on them.

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