Indo-Pak Affairs

Gul hails suspension of ISI chief India visit

ISLAMABAD: Prominent defense analyst and former ISI Chief General (Retd.) Hameed Gul hailed the government decision of suspending ISI Chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha’s possible visit to India. Hameed Gul said that Indian extremist organizations created a drama to foil Kashmiris freedom movement as it was heading towards success rapidly.

Talking to a private TV channel, Gul said that President Asif Zardari replaced US first envoy former president Pervez Musharraf as he is doing whatever his boss demanding. He said all allegations leveled by India in past had proven wrong as even its on duty Colonel was found involved in the terrorist incidents; however, he demanded of India to excuse first to Pakistan about those allegations.

Hameed Gul said that some civilians ISI officials should be sent to India if it was necessary. Answering a question, he said that there was no agreement between Pakistan and India which mandates ISI officials to visit India. Hameed Gul said that Indian extremist Hindus after conducting the Bombay attack successfully given a message to US new-elect President Barrack Obama to stay away from the Kashmir dispute as well as Indian scholars were started to raise their voices in the favour of Kashmiris freedom struggle and Bombay attacks were conducted to suppress those voices.-SANA

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