Pakistan leaders hold emergency talks: spokesman


Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari on Monday convened emergency talks with his prime minister and security chiefs in Islamabad following US confirmation that Osama bin Laden had been killed.
The meeting between Zardari, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and the heads of “relevant departments and agencies” ended a short while ago, presidency spokesman Farhatullah Babar told AFP.
There has been silence from the civil and military administration on the pre-dawn operation conducted in the northwestern Pakistani town of Abbottabad.
“The foreign office will issue a formal statement of the government of Pakistan on the Osama bin Laden incident,” he said.


  1. Silence is yet more proof that the killing operation was kept from Pakistan. Had they been told, bin Laden would have been told by the government and or the military and he would have been gone. Bin Laden was been protected by your government

    The website of the Pakistan Embassy in Saudi Araba said bin Laden was not in Pakistan and the claim is "propaganda of insular minds"

    He is killed 50km from you capitol in a huge mansion in congested urban area. There is a large military presence in the area.and your nation's military academy (where many ISI attended) is only a few km from the killing. Too say it flat out, your goverment and military can not be trusted

    We have a saying in Texas "don't piss on my boots and tell me it is a rain storm"

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