Pakistan's ex-President Shocking Comments on ISI

February 12, 2016 | 10:45 AM | 4 Views
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Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf said on Thursday that terror attacks in India would not stop until New Delhi addressed the core issue of Kashmir.

In a sensational revelation, he also said that ISI trains LeT and Jaish militants. "Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) trains Jaish-e- Mohammad (JeM) and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists," said Musharraf.

"Pakistan army is not training civilians. Intelligence organisation on our side as well as on your side is involved," he said in an interview to a channel."Kashmir continues to arouse sentiments in Pakistan," the 72-year-old former president said as he defended terrorist activities in India. "Anyone who is fighting in Kashmir is a freedom fighter," he added.

                             "I don't think we will move forward on the core issue. You don't want. You want to bulldoze us, you want to bully us and you want to dominate us. You only want to talk about issues concern you like terrorism, Mumbai and Pathankot. So I don't feel, core issues are moving forward," he said when asked to comment on Foreign Secretary-level talks that were postponed after Pathankot attack.

Speaking on Pakistani-American terrorist David Headley, who is currently deposing before a Mumbai court in connection with the 26/11 attack case, Musharraf said, "I don't believe anything that Headley had said Pakistan intelligence should interrogate Headley."

He said India derailed peace process every time and wants to discuss only terrorism. "You create hysteria in your country against Pakistan. Whenever we try to speak, you want to bulldoze us to whatever is your point of view.He also accused India's intelligence agency RAW for carrying out attacks in Pakistan from Afghanistan.At the same time, the former Pakistan president also said that India should hand over 2007 Samjhauta Express accused to Pakistan.

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