THE US COULD HAVE AVOIDED DEFEAT IN AFGHANISTAN IF IT HAD FOLLOWED PAKISTAN’S ADVICE, THE FORMER ISI CHIEF SAID

ISLAMABAD: Former Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General (retd) Ehsanul Haq has said that the 2001 war in Afghanistan could have been averted. He claimed that if the US had followed Pakistan’s advice, not only could it have avoided the 20-year-long Afghan war, but it could have avoided defeat.

In an interview with Saudi Arabia’s prestigious English newspaper Arab News, former ISI chief General (retd) Ehsanul Haq revealed that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia had tried to prevent the United States from invading Afghanistan.

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Responding to a question, he said that the formation of a broad-minded government under the auspices of the United Nations in Afghanistan and targeted actions against those responsible for the 9/11 attacks were proposed.

Gen (retd) Ehsanul Haq said that British Prime Minister Tony Blair had failed to stop the war despite being against it.

This interview with the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee comes at a time when 20 years have passed since the World Trade Center tragedy. The US military completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan on August 30, a day before the deadline.

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It is to be noted that the Taliban has recently announced its interim cabinet in which Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund has been appointed as the caretaker Prime Minister who is on the UN sanctions list and also held important positions in the former Taliban era from 1996 to 2001. Have been on.

In addition, Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has been appointed Deputy Prime Minister, while Sirajuddin Haqqani has been appointed Interior Minister, for whose arrest the United States has announced a reward of millions of dollars.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said Mullah Mohammad Yaqub Mujahid, son of former Taliban founder Amir Mullah Omar and head of military operations, had been appointed interim defense minister, with Mullah Mohammad Fazil Akhund as his deputy. Commander Qari Fasihuddin will be Afghanistan’s army chief.

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Sirajuddin Haqqani will be the Interior Minister and Maulvi Noor Jalal will be the Deputy Interior Minister, while Maulvi Amir Khan Mottaki has been appointed Foreign Minister and his deputy will be Sher Muhammad Abbas Stanikzai.

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SENATE COMMITTEE REJECTS USE OF ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINE IN UPCOMING ELECTIONS

ISLAMABAD: The government and the opposition clashed over the issue of electoral reforms. Amendment bills related to electoral reforms were rejected. Government members walked out of a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Parliamentary Affairs after the Election Commission was not allowed to respond to objections.

A meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Parliamentary Affairs was held under the chairmanship of Chairman Taj Haider. Government and Election Commission members walked out of the committee meeting.

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The government boycotted the committee meeting after Parliamentary Affairs Adviser Dr Babar Awan responded to the Election Commission’s objections and Samina Mumtaz was denied the right to vote online. Opposition members voted unilaterally against the six-vote bill.

Reject amendment bills relating to electronic voting, opening of Senate elections, giving Pakistanis abroad the right to vote through internet and vacancy of seats for not taking oath within 60 days.

Earlier, Federal Minister for Railways Azam Swati had alleged that the Election Commission was holding money. He did not know how to raise 37 objections regarding the electronic machine. ۔

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Talking to media, Azam Swati said that the government had built the electronic machine under the technical aspects mentioned by the Election Commission. The Election Commission does not know how it raised 37 objections. According to the decision of the Supreme Court, all the work has to be done by the Election Commission itself, which electronic voting machine is to be used, this decision is also to be made by the Election Commission.

Azam Swati said that the machine made by the Ministry of Science and Technology is just a model, the parliament is also asking to use technology, any institution where corruption was taking place has improved with the use of technology. She was insulted in the committee for 2 days but she did not come today. She was asked to take the female member online today but she was not taken.

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The Federal Minister raised the question of who does not want to use technology, Imran Khan is doing jihad, the government is ready to help the Election Commission in any way, the time has come that now the Election Commission has to answer, election Why the commission does not want to go for transparent elections.

In a press conference with Advisor on Parliamentary Affairs Babar Awan, Federal Minister for Railways Azam Swati, Federal Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry said that Shahid Khaqan Abbasi & Co. was making the whole matter controversial. It seems that the Election Commission has now become the headquarters of the opposition. We want to use technology to make elections transparent. The logic of the Election Commission is strange.

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He said that the attitude of the Election Commission today was tantamount to depriving the parliament of its privileges. Unfortunately, the thinking of the opposition dwarfs is limited to taking history in their cases. In the 2018 elections, the people expressed confidence in Imran Khan. The PTI manifesto promised to make the elections transparent. Imran Khan is the only government that has put forward proposals for transparent elections.

He said that the law is not the Election Commission, the Parliament has the power to make laws, the Chief Election Commissioner wants to act as a mouthpiece of the opposition, the Chief Election Commissioner has been in close contact with Nawaz Sharif, his personal contact with Nawaz Sharif. There can also be empathy. If we do not trust the Chief Election Commissioner, then how will we conduct elections?

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He said that the election procedures of the whole world have been reviewed, we have invited the opposition for electoral reforms, where the opposition loses, it accuses of rigging. The court said that the people do not have confidence in the Election Commission, the election procedures of the whole world have been reviewed, we have called for the opposition election reform, where the opposition loses, accuses of rigging.

He said that after the 2013 elections, Imran in his first speech said open four constituencies, no attention was paid to Imran Khan’s speech, Imran Khan had started a huge movement, Justice Nasirul Malik gave remarks to all parties. The method does not exist.