Peshawar: The latest U.S. drone strike in Pakistan killed at least four suspected insurgents in the federally-administered North Waziristan tribal agency on Saturday despite protest continuous in the country for last 15 days.
The report said that the drone “fired two missiles on a boat in Kabul River, killing at least four and wounding four others in Loye Shalman situated in Khyber Agency.
The identities of those killed in the strike were not immediately known, said the report.
This is the fourth drone strike in Pakistan this month. On November 29, a strike killed 2 in North Waziristan, On Nov. 21, a strike in Hangu district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province killed six Haqqani network officials. And Pakistani Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsud was killed in North Waziristan by a drone on Nov. 1.
It should be mentioned here that the National Assembly unanimously passed a resolution urging the government to stop US drone strikes in Pakistan.
The unanimously approved resolution said that drone attacks were against the sovereignty of the country and should be stopped at once.
The resolution further said that drone strikes were not only against solidarity of the country, but it was also in brazen violation of the United Nations Charter and human rights.
Jamaat-e-Islami member National Assembly, Naima Kishwar had moved the resolution and the House accepted it unanimously.