The death of Osama Bin Laden in the hands of American Navy Seals is forestalling the NATO efforts in Afghanistan. The security of the NATO supply line to Afghanistan may be cut by Pakistan if the threat of Pakistan is anything to go by. The lawmakers in Pakistan vetoed all the ties with the United States of America.
The lawmakers unanimously voted against the relations with the United States of America and condemned the US May 2nd attack that led to the killing of Osama Bin Laden. The lawmakers wanted the country to review its ties with US warning against such unilateral attack on the country by America in future.
The lawmakers also urged the government of the country to cut the NATO supply line to Afghanistan. The US is responding by sending a US law maker Senator Kerry to Pakistan to do what he knows how best to do.
The government in Pakistan is very fragile and it is hoping that the military will help it to stabilize in office till the term in office expires. The relation between US and Pakistan nose dived after the death of Osama Bin Laden in the hands of Americans who invaded the country without the knowledge of Pakistani security forces.