Previous special assistant to the prime minister on abroad Pakistanis, Zulfi Bukhari, on Monday indeed denied reports that he had gone to Israel clandestinely. This is the second time that Bukhari has denied reports about going to Israel. He had dissipated comparable reports last year in December, asserting that he had been with the Rawalpindi representative official at the hour of the supposed visit in November.
The bits of gossip at the time had begun after a news report asserted an adviser of Prime Minister Imran Khan had met Israeli authorities at the Tel Aviv air terminal in November 2020 subsequent to getting endorsement for the visit from the US.
Since Bukhari is additionally a UK public, numerous on social media conjectured that the reports alluded to him. The issue reemerged again today after a Hebrew paper, Israel Hayom, distributed a news report in regards to the supposed visit, citing an anonymous source in Islamabad.
Avi Scarf of Israel’s Haaretz paper said that as per the report, Bukhari went to Israel to meet Mossad spy organization chief Yossi Cohen. He stated that the news report had been credited to a “source in Islamabad”, adding that it was distributed after authorization from the Israeli military blue pencil.
Notwithstanding Bukhari, Prime Minister’s Focal Person on Digital Media Arslan Khalid likewise scattered the cases. Notwithstanding the answers, PPP director Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari approached the government to bring “the real factors” about Bukhari’s accounted for visit to Israel before the public.
Addressing journalists in the parliament, he said it would be “extremely simple” for the government to unveil the flight show and flight way of the plane that supposedly carried Bukhari to Israel during those dates.
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He asked the media to likewise explore whether Bukhari had ventured out to Israel through different nations on the plane that he said allegedly remained in Israel for 10 hours. Bilawal likewise guaranteed that he had data about another meeting including National Security Adviser Dr. Moeed Yusuf — with Israeli authorities, clearly — on which he said the PPP had “genuine inquiries” to which it looked for answers.