Gen. Rachel's coup attempt in 2014 failed, Richard Olson

ISLAMABAD: Former US ambassador to Pakistan Richard Olson has revealed that former Director General ISI Lieutenant General (R) Zaheerul Islam was preparing for the coup in September 2014 but the then Chief of Army Staff General ( R) Raheel Sharif fails world ahmed
 Gen. Rachel's coup attempt in 2014 failed, Richard Olson

In his new book, Shuja Nawaz has also highlighted Pak-US relations and internal conspiracies in addition to new details.current world news

In the book "Battle for Pakistan, Battery S Friendship and Tough Neighborhood", Richard Olson is quoted as saying that General (retd) Zahir-ul-Islam was talking to the commanders and fellow military officers but he had the support of the Army Chief. Did not succeed, so the rebellion could not succeed.current world news

Richard Olson made this comment in the context of Imran Khan's protest meeting in 2014.

Shuja Nawaz, the author of the 373-page book, is the brother of former Army Chief General Asif Nawaz late.

In his latest book, Shujaat Nawaz has revealed that former ISI chief Lieutenant General (R) Shuja Pasha for the Americans is a straightforward nationalist general who insists on General (R) Ashfaq Parvez Kayani's world of intelligence. I came.current world news

He was an activist and head of the country's largest intelligence agency, which really expanded its operations.

Sought more access to information and information about US operations and their personnel in Pakistan. According to Shuja Nawaz, General Shuja Pasha remained the target of US surveillance. Traveling abroad, they kept searching.current world news

The book contains a detailed description of this. During the reign of General Shuja Pasha, three Pak America fusion cells were closed.

Citing an unidentified US officer, the author also addressed the issue of US intelligence surveillance within Pakistan and said that the US had access to several Pakistani institutions.

After General Shuja Pasha, the new ISI chief, Lieutenant General Zaheerul Islam, faced local issues in the country.

Most of his time was spent in the political crisis after the 2013 general election.

The names of both Shuja Pasha and Zaheer-ul-Islam are linked to the street protests against the then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Although no concrete evidence of this has been revealed.

Zahir-ul-Islam also served as the head of ISI's wings or directorates, and as a corps commander, he was involved in the turbulent politics of Karachi. It is clear that Zahir-ul-Islam and Ahmad Shuja-Pasha have not given any stand in regard to their role in the service.

Shuja Nawaz says Zaheer-ul-Islam continued to be monitored by the United States after Shuja Pasha.

One ISI chief, Lieutenant General (R) Rizwan Akhtar, was a well-trained US officer who had a pleasant relationship with his US counterparts, but he had to struggle in order to leave his impression on the talkers. Especially on the occasion when the Afghan war talks are the subject.

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They have faced criticism from the Americans. He was an available Director General ISI. He was often seen in Karachi where he was also appointed Director General Rangers.

Shujaat Nawaz says he took charge of Karachi operation without informing the ISI sector commander in the city.

Due to his general availability strategy, he became unpopular in ISI and even in the military.

Stating details of Rizwan Akhtar's withdrawal from ISI and the army, Shuja Nawaz said that Rizwan Akhtar failed to gain the trust of Army Chief General Bajwa and had to resign and seek premature retirement.

He was replaced by US-trained lieutenant general Naveed Mukhtar. He has been Karachi's most dynamic Corps commander and is a graduate of the American War College Carlyle.