Monday, July 26, 2010

Pakistan denies helping Taliban in Afghan war

Pakistan has vehemently rejected accusations that its intelligences agencies have actively supported Taliban militants in Afghanistan.

The claims are based on leaked American military documents made public by the internet whistle-blower Wikileaks.

The papers contain specific claims that Pakistani intelligence helped the Taliban plan attacks on NATO, United Nations and Indian targets.

One refers to an alleged meeting between insurgents and the former Pakistani intelligence chief, Lieutenant General Hamid Gul.

He says the allegations are false.


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