Published on 19 Jan 2013 | over 3 years ago
New Delhi: Former Pakistani President General (retd) Pervez Musharraf on Friday lashed out at Indian media for fabricating false stories against Pakistan's armed forces, forcing the channel to cut-off the program before its actual time. Speaking on Indian TV channel Times Now, live from London, Musharraf said that India was fabricating false stories in order to damage the image of Pakistan Army and its security agency, ISI, across the globe. When asked by anchor why Pakistan was not acting against Lashkar-e-Taiba, Musharraf questioned as to why India was not doing anything against extremist party Shiv Sena. "Can Indian government dare to take action against Shiv Sena," he shot back at the anchor. Responding to a question about long march, Musharraf said that India had no right to ask about Pakistan's internal affairs. On the claim of mutilating the body of Indian soldier by Pakistan on Line of control (LOC)by Indian anchor, the ex-army chief said, "Pakistan army did not mutilate body of any Indian soldier and it never does so. He said India was deliberately escalating at the Line of Control. Pakistan army, he said, believes in resolving all disputes, including Kashmir, with India. Is this your democracy that India sent back Pakistan's hockey players and artists," he questioned?, Musharraf forcefully asked anchor of the show.