Allegations by Gilani against COAS, DG ISI very serious: ISPR

The Muslim Times’ Editor for Pakistan

Credit: Xpress Tribune

Published: January 11, 2012

In a deepening civil-military divide, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has taken notice of Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani’s interview to a Chinese newspaper in which he said that the army chief and DG ISI gave statements to the Supreme Court without the government’s approval.

A statement released on the ISPR website on Wednesday said that the allegations leveled against Chief of Army Staff General (COAS) Ashfaq Pervez Kayani and Director General Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Ahmed Shuja Pasha were very serious and had “very serious ramifications with potentially grievous consequences for the country”.

It stated that Gilani gave the interview to The People’s Daily Online at the time when Kayani was also on an official visit to China.

Categories: Asia, Pakistan

1 reply

  1. Dear,
    We should find some common ground to save this country call PAKISTAN from all the nice people claimed FAITHFULL,HONEST,CARETAKERS,PEACEFU,lAW ABIDING CITIZEN OF THIS HOMELAND.
    We lost big peice of this country in 1971 and same exercise trying to follw to loose another peice.
    Follow the fundamental principle of Qaid-e- Azam to save and protect this country.
    President, prime minister, Generals and Cheif justice of supreme court of Pakistan.

    Please protect this country and find suitble solution for your differences with respect and dignity.
    GOD BLESS OUR HOLY LAND WITH HIS MERCY and KINDNESS and protect from satanic forces.

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