Monday, December 07, 2009
PAKISTAN ACCUSES THE CIA
On 7 December 2009, two bomb blasts hit a market in the centre of Pakistan's second largest city, Lahore, killing at least 30 people.
On 20 November 2009, CIA chief Leon E. Panetta was in Pakistan meeting Pakistan's spy boss(ISI boss) Lieutenant General Ahmed Shuja Pasha.
Reportedly, Pasha told Panetta that CIA officials were assisting the terrorists who were carrying out the terror attacks in Pakistan. (Evidence of CIA involvement in Pakistan.)
On the left, Admiral Mike Mullen; on the right Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha (far right).
"Pakistan on Friday (20 November) expressed its serious concerns over the US Central Intelligence Agency's interference in the country's internal matters, including its covert support to some terrorists and the terrorist activities they carried out over the past few weeks or months and presented to the visiting CIA chief some proof in this regard.
"Sources said that during the meeting of CIA chief Leon E. Panetta, who is on an unannounced visit to Pakistan, Director General Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Lieutenant General Ahmed Shuja Pasha said that CIA officials were assisting the terrorist elements who were carrying out terror attacks on Pakistan and asked him to shun such practices.
"Sources said that ISI chief told him that Pakistani intelligence agencies had incriminating evidence about the CIA officials' involvement in providing assistance to perpetrators of some terrorist activities within Pakistan, which had negative impact on Pakistan's efforts towards war on terror." (Your men helping terrorists, Shuja tells CIA chief)
"In one story, Kayani (Army Chief of Staff Ashfaq Parvez Kayani) presented Clinton with 'evidence' of a conspiracy involving the CIA, Israel’s Mossad and India’s intelligence agency, RAW. According to the story, the three agencies had been responsible for some of the terrorist attacks that have killed hundreds in Pakistani cities.
"In the other, Kayani supposedly told Clinton that Pakistan was aware the U.S. has been talking to the Taliban through the good offices of Saudi King Abdullah and didn’t appreciate it. Indeed, Kayani did dispatch his ISI chief, Lt. Gen. Shuja Pasha, to Riyadh to meet the king." (Power struggle threatens Pakistan's leader )
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