Friday, November 28, 2008

Pak Now Refuses To Send ISI Chief to India

Pakistan's The Dawn Newspaper reports that a spokesperson of the Pakistan Prime Minister's Office confirms that Pakistan will not send the ISI Chief to India as requested earlier by India's Prime Minister and agreed by Pakistan's Prime Minister.

Now it is being said that they will send only an ISI official to India.

This is what The Dawn wrote yesterday, "The decision to send Lt-Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha, director general of Pakistan’s premier intelligence service, to New Delhi was announced by the prime minister’s office after Mr Gilani held a meeting with President Asif Ali Zardari and the two leaders discussed the issue and its various aspects with other important players, including the heads of the security establishment."

That was yesterday but it is being said that the Pakistan PM called a cabinet meeting and he faced opposition to India's request.

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