Thursday, February 12, 2004

"Spoil brotherly relations"

According to Syed Sajjad Ali Shah, "a noted Pakistani analyst and former chief justice of the Supreme Court ", the US is conspiring to "spoil brotherly relations" between Iran and Pakistan.

According to Iran's State News Agency (IRNA) a noted Pakistani analyst and former chief justice of the Supreme Court Syed Sajjad Ali Shah said the United States was heading with a conspiracy to spoil brotherly relations between the peoples of Iran and Pakistan.

Ali Shah, who is chairman of Iran-Pakistan Friendship Association, told IRNA in an interview that both countries should be fully aware of designs aimed at creating mistrust between the two nations.

His main focus during the interview was the situation, arising out of reports of nuclear proliferation by some Pakistani nuclear scientists and the US policy thereof.

Referring to the US conspiracy, he said that America was employing various tactics to fulfill its evil designs, including dissemination of rumors by its media about Iran`s disclosure about the alleged assistance it received from Pak scientists.

Certain circles have alleged that Tehran had given names of some Pakistani scientists to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), who had been reportedly involved in nuclear proliferation. Reports also indicated that recent debriefing of some Pak nuclear scientists was done in the light of IAEA information.

And, because of that top Pakistani nuclear scientist Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan had to appear on the state-run television last Wednesday to seek apology, taking responsibility for nuclear proliferation.


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