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For trying to attack Indian military installations with F-16, here’s what US is doing to Pakistan right now

After India stripped Pakistan naked big time, now the terror nation is getting whacked by United States for breaching the contract. After India’s air strike, spooked Pakistan had entered into Indian territory and tried to attack military installations, that too using F-16.

Using F-16 was a breach of contract and now the US is seeking more information on the misuse of American-made F-16 fighter jets by Pakistan against India in violation of the end-user agreement.

Initially, Pakistan had denied that it didn’t deploy any F-16 jets but when India submitted evidence to prove that F-16 jets were indeed deployed, the lies of Pakistan was nailed. When this incident grabbed the attention of US, the State Department spokesperson said “We are aware of these reports and are seeking more information”. This statement has put Pakistan in deep trouble.

In another blow, the United States has announced a USD 1 million reward for information on a son of late Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden Hamza bin Laden. The US did this because Hamza bin Laden who is known as “crown prince of jihad” is seen as the potential threat to peace.

It is said that Hamza bin Laden might be hiding either in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Syria or under house arrest in Iran. The State Department statement said “Hamza bin Laden is the son of deceased former AQ leader Osama bin Laden and is emerging as a leader in the AQ franchise”.

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The woes of Pakistan doesn’t stop here as the UN Security Council has designated Hamza bin Laden under its sanctions list, subjecting him to a travel ban, assets freeze and an arms embargo as it described him as being seen as the “most probable successor” of the group’s current leader Aiman al-Zawahiri, report Republic World.

Even without war, Indian had made Pakistan bleed. And the credit goes to PM Modi’s highly successful foreign visits.


Hansika Raj

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