Lieutenant-General (R) Hamid Gul, the former Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), has warned India again for interfering in the internal matters of Pakistan and maltreatment against Kashmiris.
Interviewing to a Pakistani news channel on April 17, 2015, Hamid Gul especially warned to the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Ajit Doval, the former Indian intelligence and law enforcement officer and current National Security Adviser to PM Narendra Modi, for making continuous threats and warnings to Pakistan.
There will be no friendship with India until the final solution of Maqbooza Jammu and Kashmir, he said this categorically. Thousands of Kashmiris have died through the indiscriminate use of force and torture, firing on demonstrations, custodial killings, encounters and detentions by the Indian Armed Forces. Rape also occurs during the crackdowns, he added.
In last of the interview, he openly threat the India and Indian Prime Minister. His words was, “Who is Narendra Modi? He is nothing in front of us. By God, we have all those resources, plans, and techniques that are sufficient to break India into pieces and we can.”
He also criticised Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for keeping soft heart for Indians. He strongly condemned Nawaz Sharif on his past statement in which Nawaz Sharif had said that the Wagah Border is just a line between two countries. You (Indians) and we (Pakistani) are same. Nothing is different between us.
Shabir Ahmad Shah, the founder and president of the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (JKDFP), was also called on for the interview. At the time of interview, he was internee. He said that we will struggle for Kashmir until its freedom. There is no kind of softness in our purpose.
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