Reported by madn3wz
|ISI Chief General Shuja Pasha|
WASHINGTON - - Since Bin Laden killed; the United States have been probing into possibilities of ISI involvement in providing the support to al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. The U.S. media is full of stories suggesting and assuming the role of Pakistan intelligence in providing hideout to Bin Laden.
The 'New York Times' cited a senior administration official as saying, "It's hard to believe that army chief Kayani and ISI Director General Pasha actually knew that bin Laden was there. There are degrees of knowing, and it wouldn't surprise me if we find out that someone close to Pasha knew."
Such stories coincide with the reality to some extent as ISI chief General Shuja Pasha has been called in Washington to clarify the doubts rooting inside the United States. General Pasha could also face U.S. demands to identify ISI officials having close links to al Qaeda and its leader Osama bin Laden. ISI Directorate, handling Afghan militants’ issues since Soviet invasion in Afghanistan, might be in focus of U.S. counterparts.