Latest Breaking News: Haqqani Network has Pakistani Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) support blamed United State officials Admiral Mike Mullen on Thursday, source reported.
Admiral Mike Mullen – US officials blamed Pakistan that the national inter services intelligence was actively and supporting Haqqani network militant in Afghanistan and also involved in last week US embassy attack in Afghanistan.
The Haqqani network is perhaps the most dangerous banned group in the Afghan Taliban and founded by a CIA plus point bowed al Qaeda ally. During the 1980s, the CIA funneled arms and cash to the Haqqanis to counter Soviet forces.
“The Haqqani Network, for one, acts as a authentic support of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence agency,” Mike Mullen told the US Senate Armed Services Committee.
Admiral Mike Mullen give details that Haqqani militants —with ISI backing —this month conceded out a truck bombing on a Nato base in Afghanistan that wounded 77 Americans; assaulted the US embassy and Nato headquarters in the Afghan capital; and in June staged an attack on the Inter Continental hotel in Kabul.
Mike use tough language chases a series of strict warnings from top United State officials on Pakistan’s failure action against Haqqani network, elevating the option of independent United State action.
Mike Mullen said “If they remain killing our military that would not be something we would just sit casually by and watch,”.
United State caution bring exacting weight in the aftermath of the American raid that killed al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden on May 2 in Abbottabad, a one-sided operation that angered and uncomfortable Pakistani leaders.