Following the recent terror attack in Uri, Kashmir, and the Indian Army's surgical strikes all across the LoC border in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, a new picture has emerged which suggest the possible connections between Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI and other terror groups.
Following the recent terror attack in Uri, Kashmir, and the Indian Army’s surgical strikes all across the LoC border in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, a new picture has emerged which suggest the possible connections between Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI and other terror groups. In a photograph released by the news channel NewsX, which depicts the conspiracy of Pakistan, as high profile officials sit along with terror group heads. In the picture, one one side can be seen the notorious mastermind of ’26/11′ 2008 Mumbai attacks, Hafiz Saeed, while on the other hand there is Abdullah Gul, the son of former ISI chief Hamid Gul. Also, in sitting at the table, are present, chief of the Haqqania seminary of Pakistan. He claims to be the teacher of ex-Taliban Chief Mullah Omar, who is famous for his numerous killings.
Pakistan Army’s favourite hitmen, the Haqqani brothers are seen in the picture as well, according to NewsX. Abdullah Gul is the son of Hamid Gul, the former ISI chief who was also known as the ‘Godfather of terrorism’. Hamid, Gul who dies last year, was a well-known supporter of Hafiz Saeed’s terror activities, and that is when the infamous Lashkar-e-Taiyeeba emerged. His son is now the apparent connection between Saeed and ISI. Abdullah has also been seen will Hizbul leaders. In July, pictures released by India Today, showed him to be sharing a dais with Naseer Khan Janjua, who is the National Security Advisor. Because of his father, he has access to government agencies which makes him an asset for the anti-India outfits.
Pakistan has always been in denial about Hafiz Saeed, who heads a group called Difae Pakistan Council which has its members who are typically against India and the US. This picture of the meeting between such leaders shows how Pakistan is planning to reply to India, post the surgical strikes.