ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Tuesday ruled out the possibility of the presence of any military airbase of the United States (US) in Pakistan as all such facilities were under its (Pakistan’s) own use. It was the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), which after coming into the power, ended ‘drone surveillance’ facility (given to the US in the past), Fawad said while briefing media persons about the decisions taken in the Federal Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan. “All the airbases are under the use of Pakistan. Right now, no negotiations in this regard are underway as Pakistan cannot give any airbase [to any country],” he said while pointing out the policy statement given by Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in the Senate. As regards the ‘premeditated truck attack’ on a Muslim family in Canada, the minister condemned the terrorist act. “The West, which always blames the Muslims for extremism, should do some soul-searching as a Muslim family was ‘ruthlessly’ martyred there.” He said the PM, time and again, had drawn the attention of the world towards Islamophobia by raising the issue vociferously at the global fora. Unfortunately, Islamophobia had completely penetrated into the Western society, which needed to be rectified through remedial measures at war-footing, he added.