Afghan President Ashraf Ghani visited Pakistan to seal secret deal with ISI, claims former NDS Chief
ISLAMABAD - Afghan President Ashraf Ghani visited Pakistan to seal secret deal with ISI, claims former National Directorate of Security Chief Rahmatullah Nabil.
A presidential candidate and former head of the National Directorate of Security, Rahmatullah Nabil says that President Ashraf Ghani visited Pakistan to make “secret deals, similar to the deals made ahead of the 2014 presidential elections” in Afghanistan, TOLO News has reported.
Ghani is on a two-day visit in Pakistan where he visited Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and other senior officials as well as political leaders in that country and stressed the need for creating a cooperation environment between the two nations.
Taking to Twitter on Friday, Nabil said Ghani “also visited ISI headquarter with secret agenda”.
Nabil said in a tweet on June 27 that the visit of President Ghani to Pakistan is “based on his tunnel vision and calculus to accommodate Pakistan’s interests to an unprecedented degree which he thinks will make Pakistan reciprocate by cooperating in peace deal with the Taliban”.
He said that instead of focusing on coercing the undeclared state hostilities of Pakistan, Ghani is approaching Pakistan by “making secret deals” with the Pakistani establishment.
He said similar deal was made in 2014 prior to the election, in which Pakistan was given unilateral leverage, without getting anything for Afghanistan “except bloodshed and infringement of our national sovereignty and territorial integrity.