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Pakistani columnist Nusrat Mirza, who visited India several times during the Congress regime, confessed on camera that he used to constantly give information about the trip to Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) officials.
In a virtual interview given to political analyst Shakeel Choudhary, Nusrat Mirza said, “I used to get many special benefits from the Foreign Ministry of Pakistan during my visit to India. Generally, visa applicants to India were allowed to travel to three places. I got visas to visit seven cities with the help of Khurshid Kasuri, who was foreign minister from November 2002 to November 2007.
I had an invitation from Mohammad Hamid Ansari, the 12th Vice President (Indian politician and retired diplomat). I went to India five times. During this I traveled to Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Patna, Kolkata. In 2011, I met Zafarul Islam Khan, founder-editor of Milli Gazetteer, a source of Indian Muslim news. He has been the chairman of the Delhi Minorities Commission. Nusrat reveals that ISI has a separate wing on Indian leaders. He knows his weakness, but due to lack of experience, he is unable to use it in his own interest.