Journalist responds

Gentleman: Let me make it clear to you and your supporters that if you think you can browbeat me, you are mistaken. Before writing against me you must think 10 times that it is not going to benefit you in any way whatsoever.  
You are free to send the story to the interior minister, to the prime minister, the chief justice of Pakistan, requesting him to take a suo motu notice of what I have been doing all along and whoever you think can take action against me.
I stand by my story and let me repeat that Carey Schofield will soon be in Pakistan to deal with people like you. Her presence in the school is the need of the hour as it is only Ms Schofield who knows how to deal with extremist elements like you.
It is a pity that you think the people in the board of governors are some ordinary chaps.
Yes, the minister was impressed as a tiny school in a backward area like Chitral had such top people in its board of governors. Yes, he has used the word “Buddah” for GD Langlands.
And he also said: “Buddha khud aaya tha mere paas aur eik ghantei tak mera dimagh khata raha keh Carey ka visa renew na kero…(The senile man himself came to me and ate up my brain for about an hour to cancel Carey’s visa”. Is it clear now?
Now, you are free to send my story titled, “Minister convinced to issue visa to Carey” along with this article to the minister. Let me also stress that the visa to Carey was stopped on the orders of interior minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan, as he had also written note on Carey’s file that no one is allowed to process it without his permission.
You have no right to say even a single word what I should do and what I shouldn’t. I have been working with top media organizations from the day-one for the last 10 years.
 
Zulfiqar 

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