British, French agents undercover in Libya to get Gaddafi: Report

London, June 19 (ANI): A team of 130 British and French agents are reportedly on a one-million-pound-a-week, do-or-die deep undercover mission in Libya to get Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

The British security service MI6 and France's Directorate-General for External Security agents will hunt for the dictator in Operation Fire And Forget, the Daily Star reports.

According to a senior security source, these agents are personally sanctioned by UK PM David Cameron and French President Sarkozy, the paper said.

Members of the team speak the language, have lived in the country for years, and have made good contacts or landed jobs in key areas.

"These agents are very brave people. If they get caught they will disappear and won't survive an hour," the paper quoted the senior security source, as saying.

Money is no object and the operation could cost an estimated one million pounds a week, the source added. (ANI)