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"In the interest of India's National security, nexus between ISI Chief, Aroosa and Capt Amarinder must be probed"

PUNJAB NEWSLINE | October 23, 2021 04:29 PM

CHANDIGARH: It's an amazing coincidence that the much gossiped about Pakistan's defense Journalist Ms. Aroosa Alam’s two intimate ‘love buddies’ Capt. Amarinder Singh, Chief Minister of Punjab (India) and Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed ISI Chief of Pakistan, lost their top jobs almost simultaneously.

The Pakistan Army Chief, General Qamar Javed Bajwa has removed his second most powerful Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed as ISI Chief and here in India, the Congress High Command has removed Capt. Amarinder Singh as Chief Minister of Punjab. It is pertinent to mention here that General Faiz Hameed has served as the 24th Director- General of the Pakistan’s Spy agency ‘Inter Service Intelligence (ISI) from 16 June 2019 till 6 October 2021.

Human Right & Social Activist & Youtuber Arif Aajakia has categorically revealed in his tweet and YouTube video that ISI Chief of Pakistan Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed was caught red-handed in an inappropriate posture with some other woman at his farm house by his wife, and in a fit of anger she even shot the ‘General’ below the belt with his service revolver, seriously injuring his one of the ‘buttocks’ while he was trying to escape from the scene. There is a strong irrefutable whisper in the Pakistan Media, rather everywhere in Pakistan that the lady caught with the General Hameed, was Aroosa Alam, who has been denoted in the media buzz, as ‘General Rani-2’ being the daughter of General Rani-1 whose real name was Akleem Akhtar, an ill-famed mistress of the then Chief Law Administrator of Pakistan, General Yahya Khan.

It is assumed that the above noted incident of shooting at the ISI Chief by his wife, occurred somewhere in January 1920 and thereafter Ms. Aroosa Alam came to India and stayed with the then Chief Minister of Punjab Capt. Amarinder Singh at his private residence at ‘Siswan Farm’ near Chandigarh, till the Government of India refused to extend her VISA furthermore, despite the best efforts of her friend Capt. Amarinder Singh. Reason for refusal of VISA may be linked to the offshoots of the curious case of General Rani-2 and ISI Chief.

Media reports suggest that Home Minister of Punjab Mr. Sukhjinder Singh Randawa has asked the DGP, Punjab to thoroughly probe the hidden purpose of Aroosa Alam’s prolonged stay at the official residence of the then CM Punjab Capt. Amarinder Singh. While appreciating the bold initiative of the Home Minister Punjab, I would suggest that keeping in mind the National Security interests of super sensitive nature, the matter should be formally handed over to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for thorough investigation. And the probe should specifically look into the angle; as to what kind of damage Ms. Aroosa Alam has done to the National Interest during her stay with Capt. Amarinder Singh, by using his patronage and hospitality of the highest order, provided by the State Government at the behest of the Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh.

Her cliquey links and palpable proximity with the former DGP Mr. Dinkar Gupta and his wife Vini Mahajan former Chief Secretary Punjab, should also be brought under the ambit of the security scanner, as her most infamous Picture, sandwiched by the most powerful clumsy couple of Punjab, was circulated to the ‘Deep State’ in Pakistan by her from her personal mobile, to give the impression that she is the real boss of the Super Cop and his wife Vini Mahajan, who was made the Chief Secretary out of turn, with the contemptuous blessings of Ms. Aroosa alam, superseding many able civil servants of Punjab, who were known for their administrative capability, besides impeccable integrity.

The above noted ‘Stark-Naked Tangle’ between ISI Chief General Fiaz Hameed, Aroosa Alam and former Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh vis a vis India’s National Security interests, must be probed by the NIA forthwith.

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