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Pakistan's Dilemma

14, May 2015 By arniewrites

The Pakistanis are in a dilemma nowadays. They don’t know what they should be more embarrassed about. One, that the US took out Osama from right under their nose or, their dearly beloved ISI helped the US in capturing Osama.

After the recent reports by the “investigative” journalist Seymour Hersh, there is a fear of mass layoffs in the ISI. Our sources say that TCS chief Natarajan Chandrasekaran was contacted secretly by the Pakistani establishment to find ways of firing people with minimal damage.

Meanwhile, it has also been reported that General Rizwan Akhtar, the head of ISI, is reportedly planning to join ISIS. ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi said he has recieved Rizwan’s resume and is looking into it.

Thousands of copies of the book “Zero Dark Thirty”, which chronicles the Osama raid and the story behind it, have been recalled by the publisher. However, The White House has denied Hersh’s findings and labelled them as “baseless”.

After keeping quiet for a long time, Prime Minister Modi finally tweeted today : “The laid off employees of ISI are not allowed to apply for jobs in India. “Make in India” campaign doesnt allow making of terrorists in India.”