Wed Apr 12, 2017 10:7PM
Pakistan's former military chief General Raheel Sharif. (photo by AFP)
Pakistan's former military chief General Raheel Sharif. (photo by AFP)

Kamran Yousaf
Press TV, Islamabad

Pakistan’s main opposition party has taken to parliament against a recent government decision to participate in a so-called anti-terror military alliance funded and led by Saudi Arabia. Tehreek-e-Insaf lawmakers argue the move violates Pakistan’s position of neutrality as stated in a resolution passed in April 2015.