ISLAMABAD: The alleged hacker who threatened to leak more audios of the government on upcoming Friday has claimed to be negotiating with the government to stop the leaks.
In messages released by the alleged account on the social networking website Twitter, the alleged hacker claimed that the government was in talks to prevent further leaks but the Intelligence Bureau (IB) was putting obstacles. The government is advised not to delay the negotiations through the IB.
In the Twitter message, the alleged hacker said that this kind of behavior is not useful, and can only cause incitement. “I will be forced to take routes that are not beneficial to the government. This is a warning I do not like to repeat. Another constraint would be self-induced stress,” he said.
The alleged hacker said that tension is not in favor of Pakistan, nor can it work for the aides of the federal government. “If negotiations are to continue, they can continue only on my terms. I am sure that Tariq Fatemi will also implement the assurances given to me,” he clearly said.
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