Pakistani journalist’s explosive assertion: Travelled to India during Cong rule, gave information to ISI

12 July, 2022 | Riya Girdhar

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A prominent Pakistani journalist also spoke about his 2010 trip to India, which he took at Hamid Ansari's invitation to attend a seminar on terrorism.

A Pakistani journalist claims that after visiting India on the invitation of the former vice president Hamid Ansari under the Congress administration, he gave information to the ISI.

A prominent Pakistani journalist named Nusrat Mirza recently spoke with Shakil Chaudhary and made a shocking claim. In an interview with a Pakistani YouTuber, Mirza asserted that he frequently travelled to India between 2005 and 2011 and shared the intelligence he acquired there with Inter-Services Intelligence in Pakistan (ISI).

In the interview, Mirza spoke about his trip from 2010. On the request of the country’s vice president at the time, Hamid Ansari, he had travelled to India to attend a conference on terrorism. Mirza mentioned that his most recent trip to India took place in 2011, during which he met Zafarul Islam Khan, the Milli Gazette’s Indian publisher. He continued by saying that he learned a lot during this visit, which he then shared with ISIS.

He acknowledged that although Pakistanis are not professionals, they are aware of the situation because they are Mughals and have dominated the nation. In addition, he stated that although Pakistan wants peace, India is not interested in establishing it. Despite Pakistan’s crucial geostrategic location, he insisted, it has been totally isolated.

On August 5, 2019, New Delhi revoked Article 370 of the Constitution to withdraw the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, which sent relations between India and Pakistan into a tailspin. Pakistan responded strongly to India’s move by downgrading diplomatic ties and expelling the Indian envoy. India insists that it wants peaceful, cordial relations with Pakistan that don’t involve any antagonism or bloodshed.