Karachi, Dec. 26 (ANI): Former Sindh Governor Kamal Azfar has blamed the spy agencies of the US, Israel and India (CIA, Mossad, and RAW) for running a covert campaign to destabilise Pakistan.
Azfar said the CIA, Mossad and India's Research and Analysis (RAW) were not only aiming to destabilise Pakistan, but they were also working to subvert the country's nuclear capabilities.
"These agencies are working on a common agenda to undermine the vital national interests of Pakistan. For them Pakistan has become thorn in their flesh and is hurting their regional and international interests," The Nation quoted Azfar, as saying.
Azfar, who recently appeared on behalf of the federal government in the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) case before the Supreme Court, said he stands by his statement in the court that the Gilani government is facing a threat from the CIA and the General's Headquarters (GHQ).
Referring to the recent series of terror strikes across the country, Azfar argued that the attacks were triggered by certain agencies to destabilise the country's democratic regime 'systematically.'
"Numerous blasts in Peshawar were beastly acts and a manifestation of destabilisation process," he said. (ANI)