Washington, Apr 8: The head of Armed Services Committee and the Democrat Senator from Michigan, Carl Levin has commented that pakistan is unlikely to act against the terrorists based on its soil.
"The evidence is mixed as to whether or not the government in Pakistan is going to take on the religious extremists," The Daily Times quoted Levin, as saying.
By questioning the willingness of Pakistan to act against the extremists, Levin urged that the United States to keep Pakistan from its joint AFPAK strategy.
"The Obama administration should not link its efforts in Afghanistan too closely with Pakistan," Levin said.
He also remarked that Pakistan has done nothing to stop the terrorists from entering Afghanistan.