Pak PM: US drone attack violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty, strong "protest" lodged" to US

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Pak PM: US drone attack violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty

KARACHI: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday criticised the drone strike which the US carried out in Balochistan a day earlier and said that a strong protest had been lodged with the US over the attack.Talking to reporters after his arrival in London for a medical check-up, he described the air strike in the Dalbandin area of Balochistan as a violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty.

Mr Sharif was quoted by TV channels as having said that it was not clear that Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour was among the two people reportedly killed in the air strike, adding that details of the incident were still being collected.






A statement issued by the Foreign Officein Islamabad said the US had shared the information that a drone strike had been carried out in Pakistan near the Pak-Afghan border in which Mansour was targeted. The information was shared with Prime Minister Sharif and Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif after the strike.

The FO statement said that on the basis of information gathered till late Sunday a person identified as Wali Muhammad, son of Shah Muhammad, who carried a Pakistani passport and an identity card and who was a resident of Qila Abdullah, entered Pakistan through the Taftan border on Saturday.

His passport bore a valid Iranian visa. He was travelling on a vehicle hired from a transport company in Taftan. The vehicle was found destroyed at Kochaki along the Pak-Afghan border.The driver was identified as Muhammad Azam whose body had been identified and handed over to his relatives.The identity of the second body was being verified on the basis of evidence found at the scene and other relevant information.

The statement said that while investigations were being carried out, “Pakistan wishes to once again state that the drone attack was a violation of its sovereignty, an issue which has been raised with the United States in the past as well”.The FO said that the fifth meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group held on May 18 had reiterated that a politically negotiated settlement was the only viable option for a lasting peace in Afghanistan and called upon the Taliban to give up violence and join peace talks.

Taliban reaction

A senior leader of the Afghan Taliban said that Mansour had been killed. Mullah Abdul Rauf told The Associated Press on Sunday that Mansour died in the air strike late on Friday night. However, a Wall Street Journal report quoted the Taliban officials in Afghanistan as saying that their leader was alive.

A member of the Taliban who is close to the militant leadership distributed a message to some associates promising to release an audio message proving Mansour was still alive.“The attack did occur and some important military persons were there, but Mansour was not among them,” Mullah Abdul Samad Sani said, according to a person who received the message. “Now we deny it officially and in the next three days we will release Mansour’s audio message.”

A member of the Taliban press team, Emran Khalil, also published a tweet, calling the news “completely wrong”.
People close to the Taliban said the strike took place as senior ‘commanders’ were travelling to attend a wedding in a Pakistani village.The Taliban’s chief justice official, Mullah Shaikh Abdul Hakim, could have been among those killed in the strike, they said.

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Just another drone attack killing big Paki Terrorist and PROVES that Pakistan is the EPICENTER of Terrorists.

So US is raping Pak sovereignty at will and poor Pakis can only "protest". :lol:

A question to our esteemed Terrorist Paki Panel:
@Zulfiqar Khan @Neo @Raja.pakistani @Zarvan @musalman
Q: Since Pakistan is the biggest Islamic Nooclear Bumb Power and another bigger Evil China is with you so why are you soooo afraid of shooting down any US drone/plane? Tell US their Aukaat of messing with Shupa-Paaua Pakistan?
 

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yeah yeah .......
bc nargis ka Mujra samjha hua hai drone ko ya Jamat ka Jaloos.. jo jab dil kiya protest pe chaley gaye...

wo piche se marenge... and Pakis nachaniya.... marvayenge!!

Finally.... this is how Pakis will pay for their F-16's
 

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PM Sharif to undergo 'open heart surgery in london

wondering where his sovereignty gone??


why a gazi country which can make jf-17,tipu,pipu,al zarvar, gaznavi etc etc cant produce good doctors and hospitals:biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2:
 

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PM Sharif to undergo 'open heart surgery in london
wondering where his sovereignty gone??
why a gazi country which can make jf-17,tipu,pipu,al zarvar, gaznavi etc etc cant produce good doctors and hospitals:biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2:
May be Ganju dont trust his own docs, he is afraid that Paki docs would transplant heart of a Doggy/Donkey/Pig.:biggrin2:
 

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Pakis didn't do nothing when US AH 64 butchered Pakis at Salala outpost and later at other post, what do you expect from Pakis against the killing of Goat Fucker Mullah :lol:

What an incompetent Qaum of eunuch, India should buy Heron TP as soon as Possible and attack Paki outpost on LOC.


Also Pak is the 9th 9th country in the world which developed UCAV "indigenously" lamo :truestory:
 

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Pak PM: US drone attack violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty

KARACHI: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday criticised the drone strike which the US carried out in Balochistan a day earlier and said that a strong protest had been lodged with the US over the attack.Talking to reporters after his arrival in London for a medical check-up, he described the air strike in the Dalbandin area of Balochistan as a violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty.

Mr Sharif was quoted by TV channels as having said that it was not clear that Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour was among the two people reportedly killed in the air strike, adding that details of the incident were still being collected.






A statement issued by the Foreign Officein Islamabad said the US had shared the information that a drone strike had been carried out in Pakistan near the Pak-Afghan border in which Mansour was targeted. The information was shared with Prime Minister Sharif and Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif after the strike.

The FO statement said that on the basis of information gathered till late Sunday a person identified as Wali Muhammad, son of Shah Muhammad, who carried a Pakistani passport and an identity card and who was a resident of Qila Abdullah, entered Pakistan through the Taftan border on Saturday.

His passport bore a valid Iranian visa. He was travelling on a vehicle hired from a transport company in Taftan. The vehicle was found destroyed at Kochaki along the Pak-Afghan border.The driver was identified as Muhammad Azam whose body had been identified and handed over to his relatives.The identity of the second body was being verified on the basis of evidence found at the scene and other relevant information.

The statement said that while investigations were being carried out, “Pakistan wishes to once again state that the drone attack was a violation of its sovereignty, an issue which has been raised with the United States in the past as well”.The FO said that the fifth meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group held on May 18 had reiterated that a politically negotiated settlement was the only viable option for a lasting peace in Afghanistan and called upon the Taliban to give up violence and join peace talks.

Taliban reaction

A senior leader of the Afghan Taliban said that Mansour had been killed. Mullah Abdul Rauf told The Associated Press on Sunday that Mansour died in the air strike late on Friday night. However, a Wall Street Journal report quoted the Taliban officials in Afghanistan as saying that their leader was alive.

A member of the Taliban who is close to the militant leadership distributed a message to some associates promising to release an audio message proving Mansour was still alive.“The attack did occur and some important military persons were there, but Mansour was not among them,” Mullah Abdul Samad Sani said, according to a person who received the message. “Now we deny it officially and in the next three days we will release Mansour’s audio message.”

A member of the Taliban press team, Emran Khalil, also published a tweet, calling the news “completely wrong”.
People close to the Taliban said the strike took place as senior ‘commanders’ were travelling to attend a wedding in a Pakistani village.The Taliban’s chief justice official, Mullah Shaikh Abdul Hakim, could have been among those killed in the strike, they said.

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Just another drone attack killing big Paki Terrorist and PROVES that Pakistan is the EPICENTER of Terrorists.

So US is raping Pak sovereignty at will and poor Pakis can only "protest". :lol:

A question to our esteemed Terrorist Paki Panel:
@Zulfiqar Khan @Neo @Raja.pakistani @Zarvan @musalman
Q: Since Pakistan is the biggest Islamic Nooclear Bumb Power and another bigger Evil China is with you so why are you soooo afraid of shooting down any US drone/plane? Tell US their Aukaat of messing with Shupa-Paaua Pakistan?

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Pak PM: US drone attack violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty

KARACHI: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday criticised the drone strike which the US carried out in Balochistan a day earlier and said that a strong protest had been lodged with the US over the attack.Talking to reporters after his arrival in London for a medical check-up, he described the air strike in the Dalbandin area of Balochistan as a violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty.

Mr Sharif was quoted by TV channels as having said that it was not clear that Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour was among the two people reportedly killed in the air strike, adding that details of the incident were still being collected.






A statement issued by the Foreign Officein Islamabad said the US had shared the information that a drone strike had been carried out in Pakistan near the Pak-Afghan border in which Mansour was targeted. The information was shared with Prime Minister Sharif and Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif after the strike.

The FO statement said that on the basis of information gathered till late Sunday a person identified as Wali Muhammad, son of Shah Muhammad, who carried a Pakistani passport and an identity card and who was a resident of Qila Abdullah, entered Pakistan through the Taftan border on Saturday.

His passport bore a valid Iranian visa. He was travelling on a vehicle hired from a transport company in Taftan. The vehicle was found destroyed at Kochaki along the Pak-Afghan border.The driver was identified as Muhammad Azam whose body had been identified and handed over to his relatives.The identity of the second body was being verified on the basis of evidence found at the scene and other relevant information.

The statement said that while investigations were being carried out, “Pakistan wishes to once again state that the drone attack was a violation of its sovereignty, an issue which has been raised with the United States in the past as well”.The FO said that the fifth meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group held on May 18 had reiterated that a politically negotiated settlement was the only viable option for a lasting peace in Afghanistan and called upon the Taliban to give up violence and join peace talks.

Taliban reaction

A senior leader of the Afghan Taliban said that Mansour had been killed. Mullah Abdul Rauf told The Associated Press on Sunday that Mansour died in the air strike late on Friday night. However, a Wall Street Journal report quoted the Taliban officials in Afghanistan as saying that their leader was alive.

A member of the Taliban who is close to the militant leadership distributed a message to some associates promising to release an audio message proving Mansour was still alive.“The attack did occur and some important military persons were there, but Mansour was not among them,” Mullah Abdul Samad Sani said, according to a person who received the message. “Now we deny it officially and in the next three days we will release Mansour’s audio message.”

A member of the Taliban press team, Emran Khalil, also published a tweet, calling the news “completely wrong”.
People close to the Taliban said the strike took place as senior ‘commanders’ were travelling to attend a wedding in a Pakistani village.The Taliban’s chief justice official, Mullah Shaikh Abdul Hakim, could have been among those killed in the strike, they said.

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@Abhijat @A chauhan @Alien @alphacentury @Ancient Indian @anupamsurey @blueblood @brational @Bangalorean @Blackwater @Bornubus @bose @cobra commando @DingDong @DFI_COAS @ersakthivel @gpawar @guru-dutt @hit&run @Indx TechStyle @jackprince @Kharavela @Illusive @I_PLAY_BAD @LETHALFORCE @Lions Of Punjab @maomao @Mad Indian @OneGrimPilgrim @Peter @pmaitra @Razor @raja696 @Rowdy @Sakal Gharelu Ustad @saty @sydsnyper @Srinivas_K @Screambowl @sorcerer @Simple_Guy @Sylex21 @wickedone @tarunraju @TrueSpirit2 @thethinker @VIP @Vishwarupa @VIP @Varahamihira @roma

Just another drone attack killing big Paki Terrorist and PROVES that Pakistan is the EPICENTER of Terrorists.

So US is raping Pak sovereignty at will and poor Pakis can only "protest". :lol:

A question to our esteemed Terrorist Paki Panel:
@Zulfiqar Khan @Neo @Raja.pakistani @Zarvan @musalman
Q: Since Pakistan is the biggest Islamic Nooclear Bumb Power and another bigger Evil China is with you so why are you soooo afraid of shooting down any US drone/plane? Tell US their Aukaat of messing with Shupa-Paaua Pakistan?

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strong protest had been lodged with the US
Is this a strong protest? Why not take these drones down with your world's most feared allah graced SAM Anaza ( hope green paint has not detoriated performance of this Made in China system).


Sounding more like a prostitute moaning harder to squeeze greater from its male customer.

 

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PM Sharif to undergo 'open heart surgery in london

wondering where his sovereignty gone??


why a gazi country which can make jf-17,tipu,pipu,al zarvar, gaznavi etc etc cant produce good doctors and hospitals:biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2:
Just read a joke;


"A man always remembers god when he is close to death. Nawaz Sharif called Modi and asked for blessings before going for surgery." :pound::pound::pound:
 

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I think what he is asking is sovereign treatment for its terrorists.

Regarding Sovereignty, it has been long gone, first with Talibs and other terrorists running around with weapons and suicide vests, then Uncle all over Pakistan, then NATO going in and out to Afghanistan through Pakistan, then SA having airfield to land for hunting, finally Chinese PLA running around in Pak and in POK.

Did i forget any one. Oh yeah state within state ISI running around conspairing against its public and others.
 

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Just read a joke;


"A man always remembers god when he is close to death. Nawaz Sharif called Modi and asked for blessings before going for surgery." :pound::pound::pound:
he might be saying : sir agar zinda bach ke nahi aya op theatre se toh Pakistan ko apke hawale kar raha hoon :p
 

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'No visible blow back' from Pakistan after Mullah Mansour's killing: US

There has been 'no visible blow back' from Pakistan after a US drone strike killed Taliban chief Mullah Mansour last month, a top Pentagon official based in Afghanistan has said but admitted "some tension" in ties.

Asked if there has been a "visible blow back" from Pakistan after Mansour's killing, Army Brigadier General Charles H Cleveland, deputy chief of staff for communications, Resolute Support Mission, Afghanistan, said, "In this case, we haven't yet."

"And we certainly hope not," Cleveland told Pentagon reporters during a video conference from Kabul.

"That is part of the effort that General (John) Nicholson (Commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan) takes in terms of engaging his counterparts. But at this point, we have not really seen any military-to-military issues," he said.

Cleveland was responding to questions on the sharp reaction from Pakistan after a US drone strike killed Mansour in Balochistan on May 21.

Pakistan Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif has described US drone strikes in Pakistani territory as "regrettable". Senior Pakistani leadership has said that the US air strike "violated its sovereignty".

At the same time, Cleveland said there is "some tension".

"Clearly, there is still some tension and there is some back-and-forth. What we're trying to focus, though, is sustaining and maintaining the military-to-military relationship that we've already got established. And that really starts with General Nicholson and goes down a couple of different levels," he said.

"So by and large, what we're trying to focus on is ensuring that we maintain a good, positive, healthy military- to-military relationship with the Pakistani military," Cleveland said.
 

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