Blame games, lies and deceit are run-of-the-mill in politics. It is obvious to happen something staggering now and then. One of the additions in this regard is related to Pakistan’s first Prime Minister, Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan.
What did the documents reveal?
The US State Department documents revealed that killed Pakistan’s first Prime minister, Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan. It’s been more than sixty years to this incident, but it has been brought out now.
The most shocking element is the reason behind the assassination of Prime minister. The political leader was killed because of patriotism and humanity. The United States assassinated the Prime minister because of his refusal to use his office for illegal issues. US State Department documents showed that he was compelled to secure oil contracts in neighboring Iran for US corporations.
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Khan was one of those dedicated ministers who could do anything for their countrymen. Khan said, “I would neither use my friendship with officials in Tehran for dishonest purposes nor interfere in personal affairs of Iran.” Khan also called on Washington to vacate air bases in Pakistan.
It is worth mentioning that the United States was using against those air bases the Soviet Union then. This usage of air base is the reason the then-US President Harry S. Truman compelled the Pakistan PM threatened the PM with dire consequences When the things didn’t work smoothly, America.
How the CIA planned to execute Khan?
CIA began to search for an assassin to kill Khan. They failed to find such person in Pakistan. They didn’t want to take a chance, and thus they shifted on to Afghanistan. They got a suitable shooter in Afghanistan for this purpose.
The Afghan government of King Mohammed Zahir Shah helped CIA a lot in this regard. The man who killed Khan was Syed Akbar. He was provided with ammunition and arrangements for convenience.
It was October 16, 1951, when Khan was invited in Rawalpindi. As he started interacting with the spectators, he was shot by Akbar. He fired two shots at the khan’s chest. He was quickly taken to the hospital where he received his last breath. He was one of the founding fathers of modern Pakistan, and his contribution can never be forgotten.