Islamabad: Osama bin Laden made a plane to attack Pakistan’s nuclear installations in Kahuta plant that was ruled out by al-Qaeda leadership, said Brigadier retired Shauqat Qadir, a defence analyst, who voluntarily carried out investigation into US raid that killed al-Qaesa chief.
According to Qadir, Osama wanted to take over Pakistan’s nuclear installation but al-Qaeda termed the plane unfeasible.
The report came amid fears terrorists could mark first death anniversary of bin Laden with revenge attacls.
Security officials say security has been beefed over fears terrorists could mark the first anniversary of bin Laden’s killing with revenge attacks.
Quoting officials a news agency said security agencies had been ordered to be “extra vigilant” on Wednesday.