Saturday, May 21, 2011
CIA Will Launch Operation In Pakistan , If Al Qaeda Top Leadership Found There
The CIA has finalised a plan of action in case there is evidence about presence of Mullah Muhammad Omar, Ayman Al-Zawahiri and other Qaeda leaders in Pakistan.
A naval fleet, equipped with necessary satellite technology and other gadgetry, is anchored close to Pakistan’s coastal areas for an emergency action. A CIA group that takes part in such activities is already on board. The group has the capacity to swing into action within no time.
The CIA has set up separate teams for action against various Qaeda leaders.
The team that killed Osama bin Laden in an operation on May 2 in Abbottabad has been sent on a recreational tour. It will be protected by a special security team.
The data about the Abbottabad operation has been handed over to Pentagon and CIA to avoid future leaks.