Nothing wrong if Pakistan was involved either. What's wrong in assisting in eliminating a terrorist?Why he is getting irritated by questions?
We live in a democratic country and people have right to question about sovereignty of Pakistan given that we have sold out guys at top
It's good if Pakistan had no involvement in Zahwari's Killin
Nothing wrong in clearing it
Afghan hornet's nest was stirred before but Pakistan didn't get stung enough, so they are really stirring it hard so that Pakistan gets stung to death. They are pitting Afghans against Pakistan by all the dastardly means possible and the temptation for green cards and takeaway chains is overriding commonsense and loyalty.It is a shameless move.
Pakistan will have to bear the brunt of blowback from the Taliban/AQ groups and ‘do more’ from the West.
What a dumb move from the establishment.
The drone flew from Kyrgyzstan as per reports.Islamabad gave Washington permission and could have provided intelligence confirming whereabouts of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri, observers say.www.scmp.com
No matter what military brats say, this regime change operation had the blessing of military establishment. They wanted to push Pakistan into a foreign war so that they can get military training courses, few crumbs of dollars and to stay relevant.
If you look at Pakistan history, this has been Pakistan Army military's modus operandi.
The political developments in the country, the way Imran is facing resistance all point to a conspiracy and powerful hands handling this conspiracy.
Picking a fight with Soviet union and the USA/NATO was no option either but they still chose it.Say the Pak air space is used, and that too with Pak being in the loop, to kill tne AQ boss. I am pretty sure the Taliban is OK with it - as long as their hold on Afganistan remains firm - for they have no other options. Picking up a fight with Pak is no option....