Now this has been confirmed that rulers of Pakistan have always extended support to terrorism. The presence of Osama bin Laden in a garrison city Abbottabad is a clear proof that Pakistani rulers are the main supporters of terrorism. Actually Osama was brought to Abbottabad, a Pakistani city by the rulers of Pakistan. I have lived in Abbottabad for several years before the murder of my brother Dr. Pervez Khan. Abbottabad is a peaceful city and this is the reason that rulers have chosen this place for keeping the world most dreaded terrorist. But the US system did a good job as they have spent many years before reaching to Osama.
Now Osama is dead. Now this chapter must be closed once for all. Actually corruption is the main reason of terrorism in Pakistan and whole world. Pakistani rulers have destroyed whole tribal areas. They have killed thousands of people without any reason. Pakistani rulers have played double game both with the whole world and with their own. Now Obama has the opportunity to hit the roots of terrorism. Root of terrorism is corruption.
According to report, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani called on President Asif Ali Zardari at the presidency on Saturday, and the two leaders agreed to send a copy of the parliament's joint resolution on the Abbottabad operation to the United States and the United Nation.
The heads of the country held a meeting following the president's return from Russia and topping the agenda was Friday's in-camera briefing of the parliament, sources told DawnNews. Prime Minister Gilani and President Zardari also discussed the security developments in the country in the wake of the operation carried out by US forces in Abbottabad on May 2.
Friday's session, which was held to take the members of the parliament into confidence regarding national security, was termed successful by the PM as he briefed Zardari on its proceedings.
It was the first time that the high command of the military and its spy agency, the ISI, were answering questions from the members of the parliament. ISI chief, Lt. General Ahmad Shuja Pasha briefed lawmakers on the bin Laden issue and also reportedly offered to tender his resignation.
The session was closed to the media but sources said that Pasha had offered to resign and had said that he was ready to appear before any commission set up by parliament. "Yes, General Pasha had offered to tender his resignation," a parliamentary source told AFP.
A second source confirmed that the general had said he would resign if the parliament asked and present himself before any commission the lawmakers set up.
The lawmakers called on the government "to appoint an independent commission on the Abbottabad operation, fix responsibility and recommend necessary measures to ensure that such an incident does not recur".
Zardari and Gilani reportedly discussed the details of setting up an independent commission to probe the operation.
Meanwhile, the parliament also threatened to withdraw logistical cooperation for US troops based in Afghanistan and hit out at the drone strikes. "Such drone attacks must be stopped forthwith, failing which the government will be constrained to consider taking necessary steps including withdrawal of (the) transit facility allowed to NATO," the resolution said.