U.S. operation of drone attacks on terror suspects in is one of the most awful kept secrets in international diplomacy. Pakistan
military leaders allegedly are asking for an even greater presence in the country. U.S.
According to the New York Times reports the military commanders are approaching for an enlarged special operation campaign in
. It is the new change that West continues to strive in coping terrorist stronghold in the Pakistani tribal areas, given that the country, at least officially has prevented direct Afghanistan involvement out of fear of a local reaction. The said Special operation expansion into US , Pakistan
The proposed Special Operations expansion into
Pakistan, explained to the Times by American officials in Washington and Afghanistan, takes with it a sense of need due to the intended withdrawal of U.S. troops from starting next year. But deploying forces across the Afghanistan border would be controversial and bring its own various threats. Pakistan
One of unnamed senior American official told the Times that “we have never been as close as we are not to getting the go ahead to go across”.
Pakistan's tribal areas are home to thousands of militants performing or sustaining attacks in Pakistan and on U.S. and other allied troops in neighboring . Afghanistan Islamabad's assistance is seen as crucial to the fight against terrorism and to strengthening the situation in . Afghanistan
Pakistan's military has opened several offensives in the country's remote northwest, where the insurgents are based, but Islamabad still comes under criticism in the West for not doing adequate to remove the threat. Most of the criticism is related to
North Waziristan, which is successfully under the supervision of Taliban, Al-Qaeda and other affiliated groups.
does not accept that it carries out missile attacks in the tribal regions, but there have been more than 110 this year, more than double last year's total. U.S.
On Friday, 54 militants were killed in three American drone attacks close to the Afghan border. The high death toll included commanders of a Taliban-affiliated group who were holding a meeting when the missiles struck.