ISLAMABAD: Pakistan government has finally decided that the country will not be the part of the Yemen war, local media reported on Tuesday.
According to reports, In the two days Joint session of the Parliament it is decided that Pakistan would not indulge in the affairs of the Middle East as country is not in a position to fight someone else’s war.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazal (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman also showed its resentment in the participation in the war. Many other parties in the Parliament house showed their concerns on Pakistan involvement in the Yemen war.
This is the final decision of the government of Pakistan not to assist Saudi-led forces in the Yemen crisis.
The Meeting of the Parliament is continues at a moment and the resolution of not participating in the war would be passed at the end of the Parliamentary session.
It is stated that government will not send troops in the Yemen, but if the war escalates and expanded up to the areas of Saudi Arabia then government will not left behind in preserving our sacred places in Saudi Araba.