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Friday August 12, 2022

Ex-ISI DG Pasha sends defamation notice to former PML-N MPA

Lieutenant General (retd) Shuja Pasha sent the notice to PML-N MPA Santosh Bugti

By News Desk
August 01, 2022
Formrer MPA Santosh Bugti (L) and ex-DG ISI Ahmed Shuja Pasha (R).
Formrer MPA Santosh Bugti (L) and ex-DG ISI Ahmed Shuja Pasha (R). 

ISLAMABAD: Former DG ISI Ahmed Shuja Pasha sent a defamation notice to former PML-N MPA Santosh Bugti over the allegations he made on Twitter.

Lieutenant General (retd) Shuja Pasha sent the notice through his lawyer Asad Munir, saying, “Your statement is said to be a pack of lies.”

According to the legal notice, Shuja Pasha and his colleagues met Arif Naqvi only once in Dubai while the former ISI DG never met Imran Khan outside Pakistan, including Dubai, Pasha never met Imran Chaudhry personally and never met an Indian businessman.

The notice reads: “It’s a pity that you involved Sheikh Al-Nahyan in this bogus dispute. Shuja Pasha respects Sheikh Al-Nahyan. Sheikh Al-Nahyan never asked Shuja Pasha to meet with an Indian or Emirati businessman. I didn’t even send gifts to Arif Naqvi. This is a lie. Santosh Bugti should retract the allegations within 14 days and apologise.”

Comments

    Hamid Khan commented 2 weeks ago

    Defamation Notice to FT would have been appropriate. FT is the one trying to defame Pak Army.

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    Malik T commented 2 weeks ago

    The Defamation notice should have published in the British media because Santosh Bughti lives there. Pakistan Defamation Ord 2002 has no legal implications for a British resident. Even the Defamation Law in Dubai is very effective.

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