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APPENDIX 12
From: Mr. Birjis Hasan Khan, PFS.
Director General (Administration)
 
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Islamabad
No. SSP/84/72
March 25, 1972.
Dear Mr. Sayed,

I am directed to inform you that your diplomatic passport has been prepared and is ready in the Foreign Office. The passport of Mr. Amir Hyder Sayed is also ready.
So far the response from the other party has not been very encouraging. The means of communication being somewhat circuitous, delays occur in the sending or receiving of messages. I am, therefore, to suggest that you may kindly make it convenient to remain in touch with this Ministry. For our part we will communicate with you as soon as any favorable development occurs.

With kind regards,
Yours Sincerely,

(Birjis Hasan Khan)
 
 
 
CC:Mr. G.M. Sayed,
DADU



From: Mr. Birjis Hasan Khan, PFS.,
Director-General Administration
 
 
  Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Islamabad
 
No. SSP/84/72
March 27, 1972.
 

Dear Mr. Sayed,
In continuation of my letter of even number dated 25th March 1972, I enclose your Diplomatic Passport No. 0003778 and Passport No. AC 968437 of Mr. Amir Hyder Sayed. As I mentioned in my last letter we will get in touch with you as soon as any favorable development takes place.
 
With kind regards,
Yours Sincerely,
(Birjis Hasan Khan)
 
 

Mr. G.M. Sayed,
DADU



From: Mr. Iftikhar Ali,
S. K., P. F. S.
Islamabad

No. 3433-Ps/Fs/72
April 20, 1972.
 

My Dear Syed Sahib,
One of my very pleasant tasks immediately after taking over as Foreign Secretary was to process the Presidentís instructions regarding your nomination as his Special Envoy for the parleys with India. As you know we had started preparing papers for you. A diplomatic passport was made out for you as also a passport for your son who, I understand, was to accompany you.
Since then, unfortunately, our plans have been upset by some recent developments. The Indians have insisted that the talks should be at the level of officials, and they have nominated Mr. D.P. Dhar, Chairman of the Policy Planning Committee of the Indian Foreign Office. So we have also had to nominate an official to keep the talks at official level. The President has been pleased to select Mr. Aziz Ahmad, secretary-general in this Ministry for the purpose. I am now in a position to confirm reports which have appeared in the press today that Mr. D.P. Dhar and his colleagues are coming to Islamabad for the first round of talks which are not being held in India as earlier speculation had suggested.
The President has directed me to inform you that he would wish to see you very soon. When he visits Karachi he will be in touch with you. Alternatively, when he is in Larkana, you could seek an appointment.
With Kind regards,

Yours Sincerely,
(Iftikhar Ali)

Mr. G.M. Sayed,
Patel Park,
Off Britto Road,
Karachi-3.



 
Most Immediate
From: Mr. lftikhar Ali, S. K., PFS
 Islamabad June 18, 1972

Dear Mr. Sayed,
The President has desired me to say that he is now formulating the delegation for his forthcoming meeting with the Indian Prime Minister on 28th June 1972. He would be glad to include you in the delegation if you are in a position to join. As the President desires an early answer, I would be grateful to hear from you in reply as soon as possible.
Yours Sincerely,
(Iftikhar Ali)
 
 

Mr. G.M. Sayed,
126, Hyder Manzil,
Muslim Colony,
Karachi.
 
Copy also forwarded to Mr. G.M. Sayyed at Dadu.



126, Muslim Colony
Soldier Bazar
Karachi.

 
Dear Mr. lftikhar Ali,
I am grateful to the President for his invitation to include me in the delegation for his forthcoming meeting with the Prime Minister of India on 28th June 1972. 1 am, however, prepared to assist the President in his mission for solving the lndo-Pak problems. I have already explained to the President personally in my last meeting with him at Karachi, that my accompanying him along with sixty other persons will probably not serve any useful purpose. I have already explained to him that if asked, I can take an independent mission either before or after the summit meeting.
Assuring my good wishes and full support.
Yours Sincerely,
(G.M. Sayed)



Mr. Iftikhar Ali, S.K., FS
Foreign Secretary,
Govt.: of Pakistan,
Islamabad.

REGISTERED A/D.
 126, Hyder Manzil,
Muslim Colony, Karachi.
 
Dear,
I am sending you herewith Six Photostat copies as desired.
Yours Sincerely,
(G.M. Syed)

To
Mr. Sultan Ahmed Esq.,
Foreign Secretary,
Government of Pakistan,
ISLAMABAD.

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