Hamid Gul (Urdū:حمید گل; born 20 November 1936) HI(M), SBt, is a retired high-ranking general officer in the Pakistan Army, and a former spymaster famous for serving as the Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Pakistan's premier intelligence agency, between 1987 and 1989 during the late stages of and post-stages of the Soviet war in Afghanistan. Gul is widely known and credited for pressing the hard-line policies on India after starting the insurgency in Kashmir
NEW DELHI: India on Thursday asked a Pakistan High Commission staffer here to leave the country immediately for allegedly running a major espionage ring that was busted with the arrest of two Indians possessing sensitive defence documents to be passed on to the ISI. Vikas Swarup, spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs, tweeted that … Continue reading "Pakistan Official Running Spy Racket Told to Leave India"
Investigations have now found that the attack was carried out by the naxalites on the instructions of the ISI, Pakistan's spy agency. An investigating officer informed that the attack clearly has an ISI signature to it.