Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi went through a security check at New York’s JFK airport terminal amid a current US visit, say Pakistani media reports that come at once ties between the two nations have been seriously stressed. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is seen picking his bag and coat and leaving security check at an air terminal like any ordinary traveler in film shown on Pakistani TV channels and circulated via social networks. The visuals have been named as a “major embarrassment” for the nation by quite a bit of Pakistani media. Geo News has said the Pakistan PM was in the US a week ago on a private visit, purportedly to visit his sister, and took after standard security convention for all travelers. Mr Abbasi, says Geo News, is known for his straightforwardness. In a similar visit, he supposedly met Vice President Mike Pence. The US has revealed to Pakistan that the nation needs to accomplish more to handle terrorism from its land. A few media reports reprimanded Mr Abbasi for experiencing what they call a humiliating procedure for the leader of a country notwithstanding a diplomatic passport. The occurrence comes at once the US is thinking about extreme measures on Pakistan, including visa bans and other sanctions on individuals in the Pakistani government. The US has forced endorses on seven Pakistani organisations over affirmed connects to the nuclear trade, intensifying ties that have been frayed in recent times Pakistan’s speculated bolster for militants taking up arms in Afghanistan, something Pakistani authorities deny. The Trump organisation is accepted to consider exceptional political penalties on Islamabad for harboring Afghan militants taking up arms against the US-sponsored government in Afghanistan. US authorities say regardless of a suspension of $1.3 billion in military guide in January, Pakistan has failed to make conclusive move to get serious about Afghan activists on its domain.