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Friday, 28 August 2009

PML-N shamelessly eludes direct rejection of taking money from the ISI and avoids seeking apology from the nation.

PML-N not to step back from its ‘principled stand’ despite propaganda: Ahsan
Updated at: 2100 PST, Friday, August 28, 2009

LAHORE: Central Information Secretary of Pakistan Muslim Leagu-N Ahsan Iqbal on Friday said that his party will not step back from its principled stand regarding former president Pervez Musharraf’s trial and repeal of 17th amendment despite all the propaganda against the PML-N and Mian Nawaz Sharif.

Addressing a press conference, Ahsan Iqbal said PML-N would not hesitate to go for the extreme step of launching another long march to push for its demands.

“The propaganda was initiated against Muslim League on its demand for holding Musharraf accountable,” he maintained, adding “fifteen years old fictitious stories and dead characters in renewed shape are being presented again.”

To a question, Ahsan Iqbal eluded direct rejection of taking money from the ISI and avoided seeking apology from the nation, saying PML-N has already sought apology for its past mistakes through Charter of Democracy (CoD) in 2006.

Ahsan Iqbal said PML-N can come up with 100 times serious allegations which will be based on facts, but it is not doing so for stability of democracy in the country.


Aamir said...

ISI money case to reopen old wounds, hurt many
Situationer Saturday, August 29, 2009 By Amir Mir


Seasoned politician Air Marshal (retd) Asghar Khan had gone one step ahead in asking Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry to reopen the case he had filed with the apex court almost 13 years ago with a view to take the culprits to task. His case is pending with the Supreme Court of Pakistan following the November 1997 unceremonious exit of former chief justice Sajjad Ali Shah from his office at the hands of the then prime minister Nawaz Sharif.

Afterwards, a former ISI DG, Lt Gen (retd) Asad Durrani, had conceded in an affidavit submitted to the FIA that his political cell received Rs 140m from Younis Habib for distribution among the anti-PPP politicians at the behest of Aslam Beg.

Aamir said...

There is no need of any Intelleigence Agency's agents in the media when we have numskulls for journalists in our media [both electronic/print], who never check history or even their own news reports they file. Take the case of Brigadier Imtiaz for example, today The News International/Jang Group of Newspapers/GEO TV filed two news stories against Brigadier Imtiaz [Former Number 2 of ISI and Number 1 of IB] declaring him Corrupt, Anti state and American agent whereas a month or so ago a very "seasoned and upright too" journalist i.e. Rauf Klasra declared Brigadier Imtiaz an asset for Pakistan. Read all the stories from the same newspaper and draw your own conclusion

Spy vs spy: Another IB official speaks out By Usman Manzoor Friday, August 28, 2009


Spy vs spy: Brig Imtiaz is agent of US agencies: ex-director FIA By Shakeel Anjum Friday, August 28, 2009


How a jilted Karachi woman saved Pak N-programme Brig Imtiaz reveals 30-year-old secret By Rauf Klasra Thursday, May 28, 2009


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