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ISI agent Ghulam Nabi Fai managed Indian Journalists and Intellectuals

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ISI agent Ghulam Nabi Fai

By- Correspondent | Date- July 22, 2011

Separatist Kashmiri leader, Ghulam Nabi Fai who is reported to be a paid high profile agent of Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) of Pakistan had managed several Indian journalists and intellectuals in his propaganda. This claim has been made by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) after he was arrested from his house in Fairfax in Virginia, Washington DC is known to have.

According to the FBI, this paid agent of the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) of Pakistan had roped in several eminent Indian journalists and intellectuals during his more than two decades of high-profile operations. Kashmir born Fai, who was educated at the Aligarh Muslim University had even managed to get them in the drafting committee of his annual event International Kashmir Peace Conference.

Fai was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) on charges of receiving hundreds and thousands of dollars from the ISI and using them for lobbying at the Capitol Hill and holding seminars and conferences.

According to the FBI, the ISI not only funded Fai’s Kashmir American Council (KAC) run from Washington, but also decided each and every matter, even to the extent of who was to be invited to the conferences and even the results.

Mentionable that the five member drafting committee of the resolution adopted by a two day conference led by the KAC from July 29 and 30 last year included the eminent Indian journalist and former Indian High Commissioner to Britain, Kuldip Nayar. It also included former Pakistan Ambassador to the United States, Maleeha Lodhi. The conference was on India-Pakistan Relations: Breaking the Deadlock over Kashmir.

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ISI agent Ghulam Nabi Fai managed Indian Journalists and Intellectuals

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