Islamabad, Aug.28 (ANI): Former Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Director General Lieutenant General (retired) Hamid Gul has said that India, US and Israel were together hatching a conspiracy against Pakistan to destabilize it.
In an interview with the Foreign Policy Journal, Gul , who was once called 'the most dangerous man in Pakistan', said there is a nexus between Washington, Tel Aviv, and New Delhi which is working to create more trouble in Pakistan.
Gul said it was due to this reason that the U.S. signed strategic nuclear deal with India.
Referring to US allegations that he had ties with several extremist groups, he said such claims were laughable.
"Well, it's laughable I would say, because I've worked with the CIA and I know they were never so bad as they are now. This was 'a pity for the American people' since the CIA is supposed to act "as the eyes and ears" of the country," Gul said.
When asked about his alleged links with the Taliban, he said : "It is utterly baseless. I have no contact with the Taliban, nor with Osama bin Laden and his colleagues. I have no means, I have no way that I could support them, that I could help them." (ANI)