Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Imran Khan has strongly opposed the stance presented by the US President Barrack Obama to intervene in the Syrian matter through possible military attack After the chemical attack incident that took place in the country, followed by killing of hundreds of children, Obama had said of restoring the peace through US military strike.
On August 21 chemical attack in the region of Damascus the government is alleged to be responsible, however the authorities say it to be a work of the mutineers. Imran said that the UN body is responsible to investigate the matter and then take proper initiatives as decided by the United Nation Security Council (UNSC) according to the details of the report the UN presents. ‘No hegemony should be given the right to break the international rules’, said Khan.
Condemning the US decision to attack Syria, PTI leader said that US holds no right to violate the sovereignty of one’s state and the international law by initiating military attack without the country’s consent.
Obama on the other hand stated that after getting approval from the congress he would proceed with the strike against the brutal massacre.
The politician said that the US intervention in internal political issue is non-acceptable. Presenting the scenerio of terrorism attacks in Pakistan he said that earlier too Obama’s government had carried out the war against ‘terrorism’ and ‘innocent killings’ in the form of ‘drone attacks’ that still continue to destabilize the country both in peace and political-economic aspect.