Washington: Pakistani Ambassador to United States Hussain Haqqani has written a letter to President Asif Ali Zardari and offered to resign from his post over the issue of memo, which was allegedly sent to Mike Mullen.
According to the presidential sources, Hussain Haqqani said in a letter that he was ready to resign if it would end the crisis.
According to Sources that Ambassador Haqqani told the President Zardari that he was being targeted for criticism by overtone.
The Pakistani Ambassador was unavailable for comment.
The letter comes days after the Government called Ambassador Haqqani back to Pakistan.
At the time, an embassy spokesperson said that Hussain Haqqani would leave for Pakistan after “fulfilling his already scheduled meetings with congressmen and other senior US officials.”