Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Military And Civilian Leadership Have Been Criticised In Aboottabad Commission Report
A commission constituted to probe into the death of Osama Bin Laden in 2011 in Abbottabad has completed its report that criticises the military and civilian leadership of Pakistan. Though this report has not been made public yet, but media has known its contents. In the report higher authorities of the country have been held responsible for the inilligibilty and negligence about Osama Bin Laden who had been living in Pakistan for the last nine years. American administration had the stance that the purpose of the operation was to arrrst Osama and kill only in the case he resisted. But report indicated that the aim of the operation was not to arrest Osama but Americans intended to kill him which was an open crime. The six membered copmmission headed by retired justice Javed Iqbal had presented the report six months ago to the themn prime minister Raja Parvez Ashraf but he kept it secrtet and did not made public. Report says that Osama stsayed in Pakistan for nine years out of which he spent six years in Abbottabad, and Commission expressed its astonishment that in 2011 another Al-Qaeda leader was arrested in Abbottabad then why was not it considered that any other leader of his group may be there in the town. According to report during the operation the high military commond had ordered Pakistan Airforce to hit the American helicopters but till PAF reached Americans had done their job and had left. Report also says that itis also possible that the head of the Al-Qaeda after Osama Aeman Uz Zawaheri was also in Pakistan and may be in other city of Pakistan. Commission completed the report in one year and different politicians, security forces, secret and intelligence agencies and people of different walks of life were contacted for preparing the report.