Washington, Apr.2 (ANI): Pakistan will have to wait for about a month before the tripled non military aid bill is proposed in the US Congress.
According to sources, the US Congress is unlikely to complete the legislation before the end of this month.
The senior members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Democratic Senator John Kerry and Republican Senator Richard Lugar were expected to introduce the bill soon, but sources said it is highly unlikely because of a two week congressional recess due to start April 6, The News reported.
The legislation would first require to get a green signal from Senator Kerry's panel and then be tabled before whole senate.
"The House of Representatives would have to pass companion legislation, after which the two chambers would have to reconcile their versions to send a compromise to Obama, which could take time and even drag the issue to May," sources said. (ANI)
US President Barack Obama has announced a non-military aid of 7.5 billion dollars over the next five years to Pakistan. (ANI)