Raymond Davis lies about ex DG ISI General Shuja Pasha exposed

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ISLAMABAD: Ex CIA agent in Pakistan, Raymond Davis startling revelations in his new book has once again jolted the Pakistani politics and upset the military authorities. However what all is written in the book does not correspond to the true facts of the moment.

A deliberate attempt has been made by the ex CIA agent to malign the role of the Pakistan Army and the ISI in this regard.

American spy Raymond Davis who got away with the murder of two Pakistanis in 2011 has bailed out all the politicians of having any role in his controversial release and mentioned in his book that it was the-then ISI chief General Ahmad Shuja Pasha who was calling the shots to get him out of the jail.

Raymond Davis has claimed that DG ISI General Shuja Pasha was present in the court room and was in touch with the US Ambassador and the CIA Chief through his mobile from court room. However it has now been verified that General Shuja Pasha never went to any of the court during his trial which exposes the biasness and lies written in his book.

However probably it was the collective decision of the both the civil and military along with the judicial stamp to send back the Ex CIA agent in order to remove severe tensions in Pakistan US relations.

Davis has exonerated Asif Ali Zardari, Yousaf Raza Gilani, Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Rana Sanullah while he has written a ‘rumor’ that Zardari and Mina Nawaz Sharif knew about his release deal but has not mentioned any role of these two in his release.

In his book titled: “The Contractor: How I Landed in a Pakistani Prison and Ignited a Diplomatic Crisis”, Davis has discussed the role of General retired Pasha in detail while at the same time he has exonerated the-then ruling and opposition politicians of having any role in American spy’s release.

Davis has written that despite having good relations with the US, Asif Ali Zardari and Yousaf Raza Gilani were reluctant to declare his diplomatic immunity.

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