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Will former Pak ambassador Haqqani file case against Mr. Mansoor [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-11-26 14:43:37 |Display all floors
Pakistan's ambassador to the United States - Hussain Haqqani - met President Asif Ali Zardari in the capital on last Monday. It was his second meeting with the president since his arrival from Washington on November 21, 2011. He also met Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani to clear the air about the secret memo allegedly delivered by him on behalf of Zardari to then US joint chief of staff Admiral Mike Mullen. Later in a meeting four Pakistani elders sat to gather and heard the Haqqani on the issue of "memo". According to the reliable sources during this meeting Haqqani has been questioned by the ISI Chief for his alleged attempts to broker a deal for Zardari to avoid a military takeover. Later on, Haqqani on the demand of Prime Minister Gillani has put up put resign .

Meanwhile, his wife Farah Naz Asfahani, who also happens to be Zardari's advisor, came out in defence of Haqqani. She claimed that the memo was sent through a Blackberry phone and could be verified. But Haqqani till now failed to file the court case against Mr. Mansoor Ijaz . He is busy in presenting himself as Mr. Clean without taking any action against Mansoor Ijaz . Anyway, the past of Haqqani and Mansoor Ijaz are quite controversial. It is suggested that he should face the enquiry and file the case against Mr. Mansoor instead maligning country's' intelligence agency twitting on the social media networks. It is also mentionable here that incase Haqqani still won't pursue Mr Ijaz court then his character would be consider doubtful in the country. Therefore independent investigations would be the answer of all the quarries prevailing in the country.


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