Imran Khan criticises US aid for Pakistan

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Opposition politician Imran Khan has called for a rejection of US aid in Pakistan as the country faces pressures following the discovery of Osama Bin Laden in Abbottabad.

The former cricketer is leading a campaign to stop Pakistani co-operation with America.

Some in the US are also calling for aid to Pakistan to be cut following Bin Laden's discovery but authorities have denied any collusion with the al-Qaeda leader.

Aleem Maqbool spoke to Mr Khan and began by asking for his response to recent militant attacks in Pakistan

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