Pakistan Actively Involved In Kashmir Turmoil, Hints Former ISI Chief Asad Durrani


In an unprecedented admission a retired ISI chief has told News18 that Pakistan is actively involved in the current unrest in Kashmir.

Lieutenant-General (retd) Mohammad Asad Durrani, who served as ISI’s chief from August 1990 to March 1992, when asked about Pakistan’s involvement in the current turmoil in Kashmir, said, “One indeed could not be “playing fiddle” while Kashmir burns and bleeds.”

Durrani assumed the office of ISI’s directorate at a very interesting time for Pakistan. The Soviets were withdrawing from Afghanistan and simultaneously, not coincidentally, foreign militants had begun infiltrating and training local Kashmiris to fight India. Read More

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