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Pak sends face reader at talks with India

Pak sends face reader at talks with India

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New Delhi Feb 25: Director-General for South Asia Afrasiab Hashmi, who is a ‘physiognomy expert’, read the faces of  Indian officials, to predict what they actually intend to say at the bilateral talks that took place in Delhi on Thursday, reports Mumbai Mirror.The Pakistani delegation in India included the ‘physiognomy’ expert, who  read the faces of the Indian officials.



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Pakistan’s treasured guide, Director-General for South Asia Afrasiab Hashmi, is said to be an expert in judging a person’s character by reading his/her facial structure. Though Hashmi has not received any special training in this unique art, many believe he was blessed with the skill right from birth.

Hashmi had previously served as Pakistan’s deputy high commissioner in India, China, Austria and the United Nations in New York. According to sources, he not only has the ability to read faces, but can also predict the immediate future.

Hashmi first came into the limelight when he predicted that Pak President Zia-ul-Haq won’t be able to attend the UN General Assembly in August 1988. The next day, Zia’s plane crashed.

One of the officials who worked with Hashmi in India revealed that a top Army officer of the Indian Army consistently enquired about his future from Hashmi. According to the official, during a party, Hashmi had told the Indian Army official that his wife suffered from severe migraine, just after shaking hands with her.

“He had also told her that the pain was due to her habit of excessive reading, which surprised her husband who dashed to his residence the next day for further information about his own home affairs,” The News quoted the official, as saying.

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