The Washington is pressing Islamabad to release a doctor being held for helping the CIA track down Osama bin Laden as the diplomatic falling-out between the countries grows more bitter.Dr Shakil Afridi was arrested by Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency after it discovered he had been recruited by the CIA to run a fake vaccination programme in Abbottabad to try to get DNA samples from the al-Qaida leader’s suspected hideout.
American authorities are trying to rescue the Pakistani doctor, his wife and children, and take them to the United States, according to Pakistani and US officials.The live comfortably in Pakistan – and the illegal operation by special forces in America to kill him, to May 2 – pushed the relation between Washington and Islamabad to the breaking point.
Over the weekend, the United States, said that Pakistan’s cooperation in combating terrorism by cutting $ 800 (£ 500) penalties aid.
In military retaliation, the defense minister threatened Tuesday to withdraw more than 100,000 Pakistani troops along the border Afghanistan, which would be disastrous to a continued military resistance to the coalition hired campaign.The Dr Shakil Afridi added to the tension.The doctor of the late “40s, have been considered in late May or early June, held and have not been charged.as a doctor in charge of Khyber, Peshawar on the edge of the tribal region. Have been Karkhano by ISI in the market, a market for smuggled goods, the way back to his home in Peshawar in the Khyber Pass, located between Peshawar and the Khyber caught. The first was held in Peshawar, but can be transferred to the prison in Islamabad.