Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Jan called the former leader of the al-Qaida Usama bin Laden leader a “martyr” on Thursday, sparking a wave of opposition criticism that even said it was. “a threat to national security.”
Jan has argued before parliament that despite his support for the United States in the “war on terror,” under which she cited the US Special Forces operation in Abbottabad in May 2011, the country has been “humiliated.” where bin Laden died.
“The Americans came to Abbottabad and killed, died, bin Laden. What happened after that? Everyone insulted us and spoke badly about us,” said the Prime Minister during his controversial appearance, as reported by the Pakistani newspaper. ‘Dusk’.
“Did our allies come to our country to kill someone and not inform us?” He asked, referring to the fact that the operation was carried out without warning from Islamabad that Bin Laden could have been relied on Abbottabad remains hidden.