Former Afghan spy chief exposes Indian involvement in Pakistan

By: News Desk
Published: 09:39 PM, 2 Dec, 2022
Former Afghan spy chief exposes Indian involvement in Pakistan
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Former chief of the Afghan National Directorate of Security (NDS) Rahmatullah Nabil has confessed to Afghanistan’s support to India against Pakistan.

The former spy chief of Afghanistan in response to the Social Media Index on its Twitter account unveiled the dual face of India toward Afghanistan and confirmed the Indian involvement in Pakistan in the past.

The NDS was the national intelligence and security service of Afghanistan while South Asia Index is a social media platform on Twitter for telling data-driven stories from South Asia with a focus on the economy, politics, diplomacy, defense, climate change & beyond.

Replying to the South Asia Index from Dushanbe, former Afghan spy chief Rahmatullah Nabil said they helped India against Pakistan, but India canceled their visas after the Fall of Kabul. Former NDS chief Rahmatullah Nabil further stated that India betrayed.

In another tweet, he confessed that he was in touch with them (Indian officials), but India canceled his visa when he requested entry after the fall of Kabul.

Former Afghan intelligence head of NDS also said in a tweet that India received tens of thousands of applications, but they issued only 300 visas to Sikhs and Hindus mostly.

Categories : South Asia