ISLAMABAD: Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) Lieutenant General Ahmed Shuja Pasha would visit to India soon to help investigate into Mumbai attacks, Premier’s spokesman Zahid Bashir said. ” During the visit, Shuja Pasha would share intelligence with Indian security officials”, Zahid Bashir mentioned.
“Initially, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh urged to Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani to send the ISI to India to help in ongoing investigations and further intelligence sharing,” he said. He said that the PM responded positively and said both the governments need to work out modalities for the early arrival of the ISI chief in India.”
While Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) former Vice President Muhammad Akram Chaudhry on Friday demanded of the government not to sent ISI Chief Ahmed Shuja Pasha to India. He said that Pakistan is being targeted at a time by US, Europe and India to deprive it of atomic power; however, he strongly criticized the government for remaining silent on the involvement of the said countries including Israel in the tribal areas and other parts of the country.
He said that the government should condemned the criminal acts of the countries for hatching conspiracies against the country as it is not only the matter the government’s weakness but also a black stigma on honor of the country. He urged the government to devise a balance foreign policy instead of showing unnecessary flexibility and to assure the protection of the country’s interest.-SANA