Pak army chief wants India out from Afghanistan

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Ashfaq Kayani
Toronto, Aug 3: Former Canadian diplomat to Kabul Chris Alexander had revealed another story about ISI that Pakistan's army chief, General Ashfaq Kayani prepared a plan to demolish the Indian consulates in Kabul.

Alexander stated that Kayani prepared to support suicide attacks also.

The Pakistani General has even told President Hamid Karzai that he can broker a peace deal with the Taliban, only if Indian consulates in Afghanistan are closed.

"Kayani is sponsoring a large-scale, covert guerrilla war through. His mission in Afghanistan is to keep Pashtun nationalism down and India out of Afghanistan," claimed Alexander.

Chris Alexander, was Canada's ambassador in Kabul from 2003 to 2005.

Later he became the deputy of the United Nations (UN) mission until 2009.

He said the Pakistan Army's interference in Afghanistan violates the UN Charter and poses a threat to world peace.

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