250 US officials ordered to leave Pakistan


Pakistan has sent a letter to the US Embassy in Islamabad, asking it to phase out over 250 US officials in 30 to 40 days, a private TV channel quoting sources reported Tuesday.These Americans have been involved in high level espionage and anti-state activities while hiding under their working garbs.Pakistan has also restricted movement of all foreign diplomats in the country following the unilateral Abbottabad raid by US special forces to kill CIA Asset Osama bin laden for the 4th time in the last decade.It said US Ambassador Cameron Munter is coming back to Pakistan after cutting short his holidays to deal with the emerging situation. ReadMore…
Another Blatant violation of Pakistani law, the US military officials in two vehicles entered the provincial capital without any no objection certificate (NOC) and broke police blockade on motorway toll plaza here on Sunday.Sources said that two US vehicle bearing registration number SV-754 and SV-316 were on their way to Peshawar from Islamabad when police flagged down but they sped up their vehicle to crush police personnel. However policemen narrowly escaped while both the vehicles broke the police blockade and later entered the US consulate in Peshawar. ReadMore…
A US consulate vehicle was stopped by security personnel at a checkpost in Peshawar near Khalid bin Walid Park,bulletproof Land Cruiser when they were stopped because they were carrying expired No Objection Certificates (NOC).The vehicle was also carrying two registration number plates. ReadMore…

Pakistan has recently refused permis-sion to the United States to  establish a consulate in Multan, A similar request to open a consulate in Quetta was also denied.
The authorities concerned are tight lipped. They would not like to go into details. However, it is reliably learnt that this policy formulation is unani-mous among the ruling elites. It has to do with the hyperactivities of the US intelligence operatives in Pakistan, which go at variance with the national security. Following the episode of Raymond Davis and the Geronimo Operation of May 2, it was de-cided to minimize the presence of US intelligence in Pakistan.
US intelligence operatives spent huge money drawn from Kerry Lugar bill to recruit local influential people for spying services in gross violation of international norms. ReadMore…
Pakistani authorities recently detained the USZ Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter, at Islamabad airport. Pakistani officials said they were enforcing a rule that requires all foreign diplomats to have a “No-objection Certificate” (NoC) for travelling outside Islamabad. Mr Munter was stopped at Benazir  Bhutto International Airport and was questioned about the document, while he was travelling to Karachi last week. The envoy “strongly protested” the incident, which was subsequently taken up with President Asif Ali Zardari, the Dawn newspaper reported.
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has rejected US plea seeking permission for parking five US planes at Benazir International Airport,Head of Investigation cell Asif Bashir Chaudhry said that earlier the US planes were parked at Pakistan military airbase but after soaring of ties between both the countries the planes have been removed from the airbase.Earlier American Embassy had contacted to Aviation Wing, ministry of Interior for acquisition of NOC for the planes and offered the ministry to use the planes at time of need,The Nation reported.
The issue of US envoys’ movement in Pakistan would be settled properly and reciprocity is an option to deal with such matters.“He (Grossman) said that American diplomats are free to travel, that there are certain regulations and requirements that the Pakistani Government has informed us about, and we’ll try to figure out how to meet those. ReadMore…
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