Meeting Of General Raheel Sharif With US Ambassador At GHQ Talk On Drone Strike In Balochistan

RAWALPINDI: General Raheel Sharif the Chief of army staff is in the meeting with US Ambassador and the total concern of General Raheel was on the drone attack done by US in Baluchistan Region in which one of the great Taliban Leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was killed.


Mullah Akhtar Mansour was died on May 21 in Baluchistan Region near Quetta when he was coming from Iran and entered in Pakistan through Afghanistan than his vehicle was targeted and attacked by a drone in earlier investigation no body excepts that Mullah Akhtar Mansour was dead and after some time every body accepts that he was dead but the question was that why America attacked in the restricted zone for drones in Pakistan.

According to General Raheel Sharif, the drone attack in Baluchistan region near Quetta was totally the violation of Pakistan Royal Authority these types of attacks will badly affects the relationship of Pakistan with America and this attack puts a very bad impression on Pakistan’s efforts towards the way of pace.

General Raheel Sharif said that, the Pakistan’s efforts in removing terrorism are going in a very successful way and the operation zarb-e-azab is one of the most successful operation in the process of removing terrorist from Pakistan but the drone attack done on May 21 puts a question mark on Pakistan’s security management and on the operation of removing terrorist.

Baluchistan is a discriminate in selling in Pakistan, but the drone attack in this region alerts Pakistan that their of line of trading is in danger and this attack can also affects the Pakistan trading

In a contract in 2010 with US was clearly mentioned that Baluchistan is a no go area for drones but America breaks the rules of contract, this is also a reason that why Army Chief General Raheel Sharif is seriously concerned on this drone attack that how dare America to attack in a no go region.

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