Imran Khan India's best bet after Pervez Musharraf, says former Indian spy chief


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مشرف کے بعد عمران خان سے زیادہ توقع رکھ سکتے ہیں: سابق بھارتی انٹیلیجنس چیف

چندی گڑھ: بھارتی خفیہ ایجنسی کے سابق سربراہ امرجیت سنگھ دولت کا کہنا ہے کہ پرویز مشرف کے بعد عمران خان سے ہم زیادہ توقع رکھ سکتے ہیں۔

بھارتی نیوز سائٹ ہندوستان ٹائمز کی رپورٹ کے مطابق چندی گڑھ میں فوجی لٹریچر میلے کے موقع پر جاسوسوں کی ذہانت سے متعلق سیشن سے بھارتی خفیہ ایجنسی 'را' کے سابق سربراہ ا امرجیت سنگھ دولت اور بھارتی ڈیفنس انٹیلی جنس ایجنسی کے سابق سربراہ لیفٹیننٹ جنرل ریٹائرڈ کمال داوڑ نے خطاب کیا۔

انہوں نے ممبئی حملہ کیس سے متعلق وزیراعظم عمران خان کے بیان پر اپنے ردعمل کا اظہار بھی کیا۔اے ایس دولت کا کہنا تھا کہ پرویز مشرف جیسا معقول شخص 30 برس میں نہیں دیکھا ان کے بعد عمران خان سے ہم زیادہ توقع رکھ سکتے ہیں، بھارت کو چاہیے کہ وہ عمران خان کو وقت اور موقع دے کہ پاکستانی وزیراعظم اپنے ارادوں پر عمل کر سکیں۔

ان کا کہنا تھا کہ ایٹمی ہتھیاروں سے لیس دونوں ملکوں کے درمیان بات چیت ہی پیشرفت کا واحد راستہ ہے، پاک بھارت خفیہ ایجنسیوں کے درمیان اداروں کی سطح پر انتظام ہونا چاہیے۔لیفٹیننٹ جنرل ریٹائرڈ کمال داوڑ کا کہنا تھا کہ عمران خان کو کونے میں نہ دھکیلیں، وہ جنوبی ایشیاء میں چیزیں تبدیل کر سکتے ہیں۔
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Imran Khan our best bet after Pervez Musharraf: Ex-RAW chief AS Dulat on India-Pakistan ties

A day after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan claimed that he has asked his government to ascertain the status of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks case in his country’s interest to resolve the matter, India’s former intelligence chief AS Dulat said that the head of state deserves a chance and time.

“Imran is our best bet after (former Pakistan president) general Pervez Musharraf. He may be a puppet in the hands of the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI or the army, but we need to give him time and a chance to prove his intentions,” said Dulat, a former chief of the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW), at a session on the wisdom of spies during the Military Literature Festival in Chandigarh on Saturday.

Lt Gen Kamal Davar (retd), the first director general of the Defence Intelligence Agency, agreed with Dulat on Imran, saying: “We feel he is a puppet but he is a self-respecting man. Don’t push him into a corner. He can change things in the subcontinent.”

“Musharraf was the villain of Kargil, but there has not been a more reasonable leader in Pakistan in 30 years. It’s sad that once he disappeared a lot less was done (for India-Pakistan ties),” said Dulat, who has co-authored a book, The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace, with former ISI chief Asad Durrani.

“Talks are the only way forward for both nuclear-armed nations. I would even suggest an institutional arrangement between the intelligence agencies of both countries,” he said.

Panellist Lt Gen Sanjiv Langer (retd) drew attention towards neighbouring China. “We should take a look in detail at China. It is a different paradigm,” he said.

KC Verma, a former R&AW director, moderated the session and said, “The Pakistan head of state does not know what the ISI is up to but the R&AW does not want that latitude. It belongs to the Indian government. An intelligence agency is an instrument of the state to be used for state purpose.”


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lekin Modi sahab se koi ummeed nahin rakhi ja sakti....BJP ko hukumat se iss election men bahar karna ho ga, shayad congress aur aam admi party mil kar hukumat bana len to pure khitte men amn mumkin ho sakta sha Allah


Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Musharraf personality impress friends and enemies both.
Gen VP Singh Ex Indian COAS acknowledgement for Musharraf Bravery entertering Indian territory as COAS is on record.


Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
Imran Khan was always supposed to be a game changer, because he has set high goals for himself and he has always achieved those goals, be it winning World cup, Building and running a Cancer hospital through charity, Building and running a University through charity, or becoming PM of his country.
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