Senate commenced debate on the recent visit of the US Secretary of State to South Asia in the wake of new US policy. Taking part in the debate, the members said that Pakistan will never accept Indian hegemony in the region. Parliament of Pakistan is the federal and supreme legislative body in the country where members represent the common people. Recently, the Parliament, especially the upper house (Senate) played pivotal role in connection with the new policy of Trump on South Asia and Pak-US relations. Senate always discussed matters related to respect and dignity of the whole federation. It is an established fact that the US, along with its allies, has considerably failed in achieving its desired objectives in Afghanistan. Pakistan wants cordial relations with the US based on mutual respect and dignity. Senate today urged the US not to blame Pakistan for its failures in Afghanistan and Pakistan could not bring Afghan war in its own territories. Pakistan reiterates its commitment to non-proliferation and disarmament Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua has reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to non-proliferation and disarmament. India had conducted nuclear tests much earlier than Pakistan. In the response, Pakistan also conducted nuclear test for ensuring its own defence and security. India is an arch rival of Pakistan. Pakistan also became Nuclear power so that it could counter any Indian aggression in befitting manner. India is the world's largest arms importer. Pakistan needs to enhance its defence capabilities to counter its hostile neighbor. Pakistan supports a uniform strategy on nuclear non-proliferation and disarmaments through dialogues in the world. Ahsan Iqbal directs early completion of Model Police Stations Addressing a high level meeting to review police reforms in Islamabad today he also directed to introduce Leadership Training for SHOs and implementation of Community Policing.