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Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Mike Mullin Confirms that he received the Letter of President Zardari

Wasif Yousaf

Husain Haqqani was summoned following claims that he had passed on a secret letter from Mr Zardari to America's top soldier calling on Washington to help rein in his army and stop its chiefs from mounting a coup against him.
The claims, which have been dismissed by the Pakistan government, have been taken seriously by several key army figures, plunging already tense relations between the civilian government and the military to their lowest level for some time. "The army leadership believes the claims may be true," said one military source.
According to the claims, by influential Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz, the letter was passed to Admiral Mike Mullen, the United States chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, one week after US Navy Seals killed Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, one of Pakistan's most heavily guarded garrison towns.
Mike Mullin confirmed that he received a letter from President Zardari but he did not put attention therefore he didn't tell anyone about that letter.
On the other hand Pakistani Ambassador Hussain Haqqani neglected the claims about the letter.

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