Haqqani was Pakistan’s Ambassador to the US from Might 27, 2008, to November 22, 2011, which is taken into account as one of the tumultuous durations of the US-Pakistan relationship. The 61-year-old diplomat has been vital of Pakistan’s navy and political management.
The report of removing of his portrait from the Pakistani embassy right here first appeared in Pakistani media and shortly caught the eye of social media. Nevertheless, the Pakistani embassy later clarified, saying Haqqani’s by the way fell down throughout an occasion final night which has now been positioned again. In an e-mail, the Pakistani embassy mentioned that there was an occasion held inside its premises Wednesday.”
The meals tables have been positioned within the corridor by the workers towards the wall, carrying images of the previous Ambassadors. Throughout the strategy of arranging tables, the of the previous Ambassador Husain Haqqani by the way fell down,” Zoobia Masood, press attache of the Embassy, instructed PTI.
“As quickly because it was observed, the was positioned again on the wall final night,” Masood mentioned. Haqqani now heads the South and Central Asia division of Hudson Institute, a prime American think-tank.
Early this 12 months, Haqqani together with Lisa Curtis of ‘The Heritage Basis’, one other prime American think-tank, had co-authored a report on Afghanistan and Pakistan. A couple of months later, suggestions of this report grew to become the premise of the brand new Afghanistan and South Asia coverage of the Trump administration.
Curtis now heads the South Asia division of the White Home’s Nationwide Safety Council. Quickly after Trump introduced his Afghanistan and South Asia coverage, by which he sought extra accountability from Pakistan, Pakistan International Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif accused Haqqani of being behind the powerful American coverage towards Pakistan.
Creator of a number of books together with ‘Pakistan Between Mosque & Navy’ and ‘Magnificent Delusions’, Haqqani has been a harsh critic of a few of the insurance policies of Pakistani Military, specifically, use of terror teams and assist to non secular fundamentalists.