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May 24, 2018 | PTI

No Indian visa for Durrani

 Former chief of Pakistani intelligence agency ISI Asad Durrani today missed an event, where a book he co-authored with a former RAW chief was released, as he did not get an Indian visa.
The book 'The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace', which Durrani co-authored with former RAW chief A S Dulat and journalist AdityaSinha, was released jointly by former prime minister Manmohan Singh, former vice president Hamid Ansari, former Union minister YashwantSinha and a few others in the event organised here.
"At the end, a very special thank to the Indian deep state. By denying me the visa, they have saved me from the wrath of our hawks. They will be happy to know that I have not yet been cleared by the South Block (which houses India's PMO and Ministries of Defence and External Affairs)," he said in a pre-recorded video message played in the event.
The book has been styled as a conversation between two spymasters covers a wide range of subjects including NSA AjitDoval's way of functioning, the Kashmir issue and several thorny issues between India and Pakistan including KulbhushanJadhav, Balochistan and surgical strikes.

 

 

May 24, 2018 | PTI

No Indian visa for Durrani

              

 Former chief of Pakistani intelligence agency ISI Asad Durrani today missed an event, where a book he co-authored with a former RAW chief was released, as he did not get an Indian visa.
The book 'The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace', which Durrani co-authored with former RAW chief A S Dulat and journalist AdityaSinha, was released jointly by former prime minister Manmohan Singh, former vice president Hamid Ansari, former Union minister YashwantSinha and a few others in the event organised here.
"At the end, a very special thank to the Indian deep state. By denying me the visa, they have saved me from the wrath of our hawks. They will be happy to know that I have not yet been cleared by the South Block (which houses India's PMO and Ministries of Defence and External Affairs)," he said in a pre-recorded video message played in the event.
The book has been styled as a conversation between two spymasters covers a wide range of subjects including NSA AjitDoval's way of functioning, the Kashmir issue and several thorny issues between India and Pakistan including KulbhushanJadhav, Balochistan and surgical strikes.

 

 

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