International NGO working on clean water arrives in nuclear facilities area, Tasneem Aslam

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Former Foreign Office spokesperson and Ambassador Tasneem Aslam said that NGOs that receive foreign aids are asked to work on a specific agenda. International NGOs do not do things for which they get permits from the government of Pakistan, but behind-the-scenes projects are made known.

In an exclusive interview with renowned journalist Riaz-ul-Haq, former Foreign Office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam revealed that an international NGO, which had come to Pakistan to work on a clean water project, had reached a sensitive area with nuclear facilities. It turned out that the NGO was testing the effects of nuclear radiation by taking water samples from the area.

Tasneem Aslam said that such things are no longer covered. The foreign minister of a European country said in his parliament that in Pakistan where our intelligence agencies do not have access, our NGOs work.

Former State Department spokeswoman Tasnim Aslam said that former US President Donald Trump had expressed his anger over the US Congress bill of 25 million aid to Pakistan and asked why 25 million was being given for general affairs. Inquired as to what is the agenda for which such a large amount of money has been allocated.

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