Pak army had links with Qaida: Obama on Osama raid

Pak army had links with Qaida: Obama on Osama raid

Barack Obama has same that he had dominated out involving the Islamic Republic of Pakistan within the raid on Osama bin Laden’s hiding place as a result of it had been associate degree “open secret” that sure parts within Pakistan’s military, and particularly its intelligence services, maintained links with the Taleban and maybe even the Qaeda, typically victimisation them as strategic assets against Asian nation and Bharat.

Biden WAS against raid

The US president has same the key Osama operation was opposed by the then Defence Secretary parliamentarian Gates and his former Vice-President Joe Biden, UN agency is currently the President-elect.

Listened to Sanskrit literature

Obama says he grew up paying attention to the Sanskrit literature and religious writing throughout his early years in the Republic of Indonesia.

India successful story

The contemporary Bharat will be counted as a success story in several respects, despite bitter feuds inside political parties and corruption scandals, writes Obama in his latest book.

Giving a careful account of the Abbottabad raid by yank commandos that killed the world’s preferred terrorist on could a pair of, 2011, in his latest book “A secure Land”, the previous US President same the highest secret operation was opposed by the then Defence Secretary parliamentarian Gates and his former Vice-President Joe Biden, UN agency is currently the President-elect.

In the book that hit the stands globally on a weekday, America’s 1st Black President delineated the varied choices of killing Osama.

“It was associate degree secret that sure parts within the country’s military maintained links with the Taleban and maybe even Qaeda, typically victimisation them as assets to make sure that the Afghan government remained weak and unable to align itself with Pakistan’s beloved rival, India,” Obama same.

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