Sharbat Gula worked for Afghan, Indian spy agencies in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Sharbat Gula, the “green-eyed Afghan girl” in the renowned 1985 National Geographic photo, who was deported yesterday was working for Afghan and Indian intelligence agencies in Pakistan.
According to sources, Sharbat Gula was on a secret mission in Pakistan but was caught red-handed by the Pakistani agencies.
Sources said that during her stay in Pakistan the green-eyed Afghan girl had been meeting Afghan ambassador and was in contact with the agents of Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) who were deployed at the Indian High Commission in Pakistan and were giving her orders.
“The agents were those among the three Indian diplomats deported earlier last week,” sources added.
“Sharbat Gula had requested not to repatriate her after her handlers asked her but surprisingly took a U-turn after meeting Afghan Consul General and preferred to return to Afghanistan despite the offer of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government.”
Earlier, Pakistan had deported Sharbat Gula, the “green-eyed Afghan girl” in the renowned 1985 National Geographic photo, for using fraudulent identity documents. Police escorted Gula yesterdat from a Peshawar hospital, where she had been staying since her arrest last month for living illegally in Pakistan.
Gula, who had become the symbol of her country’s wars, was handed over to Afghan authorities at the Torkham border.