PM Imran Khan hits back hard over Donald Trump tirade against Pakistan

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PM Imran Khan hits back hard over Donald Trump tirade against Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Imran Khan has hit back hard over the United State President Donald Trump's tirade against Pakistan.

He responded back to recent statements about Pakistan not doing “a damn thing” for the US.

The premier took to Twitter and wrote, "Record needs to be put straight on Mr Trump's tirade against Pakistan: 1. No Pakistani was involved in 9/11 but Pak decided to participate in US War on Terror. 2. Pakistan suffered 75,000 casualties in this war & over $123 bn was lost to the economy. US "aid" was a minuscule $20 bn."

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Record needs to be put straight on Mr Trump's tirade against Pakistan: 1. No Pakistani was involved in 9/11 but Pak decided to participate in US War on Terror. 2. Pakistan suffered 75,000 casualties in this war & over $123 bn was lost to economy. US "aid" was a miniscule $20 bn. 15K link 4:37 PM - Nov 19, 2018 link Twitter Ads info and privacy link

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"Our tribal areas were devastated & millions of ppl uprooted from their homes. The war drastically impacted the lives of ordinary Pakistanis. 4. Pak continues to provide free lines of ground & air communications(GLOCs/ALOCs). Can Mr Trump name another ally that gave such sacrifices?" he added.

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3. Our tribal areas were devastated & millions of ppl uprooted from their homes. The war drastically impacted lives of ordinary Pakistanis. 4. Pak continues to provide free lines of ground & air communications(GLOCs/ALOCs).Can Mr Trump name another ally that gave such sacrifices? 12.2K link 4:39 PM - Nov 19, 2018 link Twitter Ads info and privacy link

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PM Imran also asked Trump to stop making Pakistan a scapegoat and “do an honest assessment of why, despite 140,000 NATO troops plus 250,000 Afghan troops and reportedly $1 trillion spent on the war in Afghanistan, the Taliban today are stronger than before.