Sunday, June 5, 2011

The Pakistani media revealed a plot to assassinate President Zardari

Islamabad. .- The Pakistani security agencies foiled a Taliban plot to assassinate Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, in revenge for the death in this country of Osama Laden Bilan, various local media reported today. According to sources, the plot was discovered three weeks ago from monitoring the enforcement workers established on the outskirts of Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) in Islamabad.

In this hospital was admitted Hakim Ali Zardari, father of Pakistan's president. The media quoted unnamed intelligence and police say the Pakistani Taliban (TTP, according to its acronym in urdu) planned suicide attack with up to ten hospital and reduce it to rubble if necessary to kill Zardari.

The Pakistani president PIMS made frequent visits to see his father, who was admitted more than two months before his death last May 24 of natural causes. Pakistani intelligence detected suspicious calls of some operators in the vicinity of the hospital and ended up arresting eight suspected insurgents, allowing to discover the identity of dozens of militants involved in the bombing plot.

However, the security of restricted maximum Zardari Pakistani President occurrences during the funeral for the death of his father. The concern for the safety of the major leaders and political leaders in Pakistan is recurrent, so that limited their participation in public events is common to see them massive and protected by bulletproof glass partitions.

The TTP has vowed to avenge Osama Bin Laden after his death passed into the hands of U.S. elite forces on 2 May in the city of Abbottabad, near Islamabad. As part of the U.S. fight against al Qaeda in Pakistan, a U.S. spy plane ended on Friday with another high-ranking terrorist network, Mohammed Ilyas Kashmiri, in a bombing in the tribal area of South Waziristan in western Pakistan .

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