Govt silence on ISI allegations a conspiracy, says Dr. Qadri
LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Awami Tehreek Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri said government's silence over serious allegations against the ISI was not coincidental, but a conspiracy, ARY News reported.
Adressing the party's central working committee, Dr. Qadri said such conspiracies against the ISI would not be tolerated. He said people must join hands to foil conspiracy against Pakistan Army and the ISI.
He said a case should be registered against the Punjab government for mere informing journalists of probable attack [without providing them with any security].
"Those conspiring against Pakistan Army in foreign countries were not at the helm of affairs had there been real democracy in the country," he added.