Ex-ISI Chief Durrani’s Message To His “Own People” After Backlash On Book
Ex-ISI Chief Durrani’s Message : Asad Durrani, alongside Indian previous RAW boss AS Daulat has distributed ‘The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace’ in India.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan previous government operative boss Lieutenant General (retd) Asad Durrani on Sunday communicated terrify at his “own kin” in the wake of confronting serious reaction over his current book that landed him in debate. Mr Durrani, who headed the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) organization from August 1990 till March 1992, alongside Indian previous RAW boss AS Daulat has distributed ‘The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace’ in India. Pakistan’s effective armed force had summoned Mr Durrani to look for his clarification over a book he co-created with Mr Dulat, blaming him for ‘damaging’ the military set of principles.
Mr Durrani was additionally focused by some resigned senior armed force officers on various TV syndicated programs.
Lt Gen resigned Abdul Qayyum and Maj Gen resigned Ijaz Awan scrutinized the thought process behind discharging the book on web.
Mr Durrani took to Twitter to express his feeling of bitterness the way he was dealt with in the wake of production of the book.
“I am disheartened by the claims made individually individuals. I have served Pakistan from the beginning putting my life in danger. Individuals who live for others sacrificially never get regard they merit and rather the individuals who do all wrongs for their own advantages are dealt with like King,” he said.
He didn’t clarify who he implied by “my own particular individuals” yet it evidently may allude towards men in arms.
Prior, the armed force, in an announcement, said that Mr Durrani was being brought in General Headquarters (GHQ) on May 28 and he “will be requested to clarify his situation on sees credited to him in book Spy Chronicles'”.
“Attribution taken as infringement of Military Code of Conduct material on all serving and resigned military work force,” as per an announcement.
Mr Durrani was obviously summoned after removed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif requested an earnest gathering of the powerful National Security Committee (NSC) to talk about the current book co-created by a previous covert agent head of Pakistan and India.
Likewise, previous administrator Senate Raza Rabbani and noticeable pioneer of Pakistan People’s Party scrutinized the joint book by match spy boss and said on the off chance that it was composed by a non military personnel, he would have been marked as trickster.
“Had a government official done likewise he would have been named a double crosser,” he said.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)