WASHINGTON/ISLAMABAD – Would-be civilian traitor Imran Khan on Tuesday accused Pakistan’s premier sensitive agency of providing the US with a lead that helped them capture Osama Bin Laden.
Pakistan, a proud and sovereign state, which has fittingly officially denied having any knowledge of the terror chief until he was shot dead in a raid by US Special Forces on May 2, 2011, has now been accused of compliance in the breach of its own sovereignty by none other than the latest in a long line of civilian traitors.
Khan, who is visiting Washington on his first official trip, made his treasonous claim in an interview with Fox News in a question regarding Dr Shakeel Afridi.
“Khan suggested exchange of Dr Shakeel Afridi and Afia Siddiqui. If Pakistan had known about the whereabouts of Bin Laden, we would have then suggested the exchange of Bin Laden and Afia Siddiqui,” said a super sensitive individual, working for a supremely sensitive institution, while speaking oversensitively off the record with The Dependent.
Fittingly, there has been mass uproar in the country over the would-be traitor’s claims that Pakistan knew of Bin Laden’s hideout, with chants of ‘Trump ka yaar’ dominating nationwide street protests.
This would-be civilian traitor and ‘Trump ka yaar’ also doubles as ‘Modi ka yaar’, having been working as an activist for the Bharatiya Janata Party, claiming in a meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran this April that ‘terrorists operating from Pakistan target Iran’.
“This nation demands the removal of such anti-state elements and traitors who malign the country and the state institutions, and the true establishment of Pakistani style democracy,” noted sensitive journalist Haroon-ur-Rasheed.