ISI helped US kill Osama bin Laden: Imran Khan

Washington, July 23

Pakistan's amazing government agent office ISI gave data to the CIA, which helped the US track down and kill al-Qaeda boss Osama container Loaded, PM Imran Khan said Monday in a critical disclosure as Islamabad had so far prevented having any information from securing the dread boss until he was shot dead in 2011.

Khan, who is visiting Washington on his lady authority trip, uncovered this during a meeting with Fox News when he was asked whether his nation would discharge imprisoned Pakistani specialist Shakeel Afridi who helped the CIA track down Osama.

Khan’s explanation is huge in light of the fact that Pakistan had so far denied that it had any data about the den of Osama before he was slaughtered in a secretive strike by a US Naval force SEAL group in Abbottabad, a battalion town north of Islamabad, on May 2, 2011.

“It was ISI that gave the data which prompted the area of Osama canister Loaded. On the off chance that you ask CIA it was ISI, which gave the underlying area through the telephone connection,” Khan said.

Responding to questions, Khan was hesitant to give any dedication on the arrival of Pakistani specialist Afridi. US President Donald Trump is looking for his release.

Khan said that the arrival of Afridi is a "emotive issue" for Pakistan as in Pakistan he is viewed as a covert agent for the US.

“We in Pakistan consistently felt that we were a partner of the US and in the event that we had been given the data about Osama, we ought to have taken him out,” he said.

Khan said that Pakistan was battling the war against fear based oppression for the US. The attack and executing of Osama, he said "hugely humiliated Pakistan".

“Here we were a partner of the US and the US didn't confide in us. Also, they really came and bombarded and murdered a man in our territory,” Khan said. At the point when brought up that Osama was a man, yet a fear monger who slaughtered in excess of 3,000 Americans, Khan said that Pakistan lost 70,000 individuals in this fight.

“We were battling this war for the US and we lost every one of these individuals battling this war. So there was clearly a great deal of displeasure about the manner in which the subject of was finished. In any case, you know, that is all in the past,” Khan said.

When the questioner asked, “You are the leader, you can settle on a choice catch.," Khan stated, “There's a few choices that are majority rule government which even a head administrator thinks that its troublesome, on the grounds that we do have a resistance. In any case, this is something that can be consulted over time."      Khan said he would consider discharging Afridi in return for Pakistani neuroscientist Aafia Siddiqui, who is serving a 86-year US jail sentence after her 2010 conviction of taking shots at FBI specialists and soldiers.

“So, we could arrange some kind of swap,” Khan stated, including this was not discussed during his gathering with President Trump in the White House.

The dealings for swap of Afridi and Siddiqui could happen later on, he said. “We can arrange. That is to say, no dealings have started,” Khan said. PTI