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On Asiya Andrabi’s contact list, Hamid Gul, Hafiz Saeed, Nawaz Sharif and several others

By Vicky Nanjappa
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    New Delhi, Aug 4: Kashmir separatist and Dukhtaran-e-Millat Asiya Andrabi chief, Asiya Andrabi has spilt the beans on the nexus between her and Pakistan. During the questioning by the National Investigating Agency, she confessed that former prime minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif had assured her that he would do all he could for Kashmir.

    Asiya Andrabi

    The response from Sharif came following a letter that Asiya had written to him in which she had stated, " Pakistan is doing nothing for Kashmir."

    During the questioning, she gave out a long list of Pakistanis who were on her contact list. They included, Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief Hafiz Saeed, who calls her sister, Hizbul Mujahideen boss, Syed Salahuddin, former ISI chief, Hamid Gul, former Pakistan National Security Adviser, Sartaj Aziz among others.

    She said that she was in regular touch with all these people and would tell them they must do more to free Kashmir. She had even told Saeed that since he is a powerful man, he should continue to exert pressure on the Pakistan government to take stronger action where Kashir is concerned. 

    Further she revealed that her outfit had several WhatsApp groups through which they would spread the propaganda. The groups included Kashmir Media, Pak Media and Free Kashmir, she also said.

    She further said that she would be in constant touch with Hamid Gul, considered to be one of the most dangerous spies. The telephonic conversations would happen on a regular basis and she would tell him to impress upon the army to free Kashmir soon.

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