Kayani answerable to Pak for drone strikes: AQ Khan Islamabad , Thu, 09 Feb 2012ANI - 02-09-2012, 09:12 AM
Islamabad , Thu, 09 Feb 2012ANI
Islamabad, Feb 9(ANI): Pakistani nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan has said army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani is answerable for the US drone attacks because he has taken an oath to safeguard the security of the country.
'If India attacks Pakistan, then will the Army chief retaliate or wait for the permission of the rulers', The Nation quoted Khan, as saying.
He claimed that the Pakistan government is virtually a slave of the US, adding that it was a disgrace that Islamabad had not consulted China when the vote for sanctioning Syria was taken at the United Nations Security Council last week. (ANI)
02-09-2012, 10:57 PM
Army chief answerable for drone attacks: Dr AQ Khan
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ISLAMABAD - Renowned nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan on Wednesday said that the army chief was answerable for the US drone attacks inside Pakistan because he has taken an oath for safeguarding the borders of the country.
"If India attacks Pakistan then will the army chief retaliate or wait for the permission of the rulers," Dr AQ Khan questioned.
Talking to media persons here, he said Pakistani rulers are virtually the slaves of the US, adding that Pakistan People's Party (PPP) while voting against Syria in the United Nation Security Council (UNSC) even did not consult China.
DR. AQ Khan lamented that the PPP has forgotten that Basharul Assad's father was the only person who supported Bhutto when the entire world left him alone.
Commenting on the distribution of laptops by the Punjab government among the students, he said that this scheme will face the fate of Yellow Cabs Scheme, adding that laptops will be found more in markets and less with the students.
DR AQ Khan said that if Punjab government wants computerization then Shahbaz Sharif should open new computer centres in the province.
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