Osama bin Laden funded PML-N’s Nawaz Sharif, claims former envoy

Osama bin Laden funded PML-N’s Nawaz Sharif, claims former envoy

ISLAMABAD: West Pakistan’s former ambassador to the us Abida Hussain has claimed that the slain al terrorist organization chief Osama Osama bin Laden had supported and funded former premier and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) big wheel Nawaz Sharif.

“Osama supported Nawaz Sharif at just once. However, that’s a sophisticated story. Osama wont to extend monetary help to Nawaz Sharif,” she aforementioned throughout AN interview with a non-public news channel.

She recalled that at just once Osama Osama bin Laden was well-liked and likable by everybody as well as the Americans however at a later stage, he was treated as a alien.

Abida, additionally AN ex-cabinet member of Nawaz Sharif’s government, aforementioned that she was appointed as an envoy throughout the primary berth of Nawaz Sharif once she lost the election.

According to Abida, throughout her stint, the then President Ghulam Ishaq Khan had tasked her to stay the Americans engaged in talks until West Pakistan completes its nuclear program in eighteen months. “The United States of America administration as well as the diplomats, and senators wont to advise West Pakistan against the execution of the nuclear program,” she disclosed.

The former ambassador more aforementioned tho’ she wont to be spied on within the United States of America, she failed to undertake any suspicious activity that might be used against her by intelligence agencies.

She additionally disclosed that she visited West Pakistan 5 times to induce briefings from the president throughout eighteen months. Abida aforementioned she wont to avoid exploitation the phone knowing that it might be tapped .

She aforementioned most of her conversations wont to be with President, and not the prime minister. “This is additionally as a result of President Ghulam Ishaq Khan failed to trust anyone,” she maintained.


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