LAHORE - The US and Western media have intensified propaganda against the Pakistan Army and its security agencies to discredit the defenders of Pakistan and create a situation like the one that had led to the disintegration of what was once the Soviet Union, according to a senior official who knows how the enemies had acted to wipe off the global map the only power that used to challenge the United States. Talking to TheNation on Wednesday, the official said the enemy wanted to demoralise Pakistans security forces so that they were unable to play any role in case the Islamic republic faced a situation like the one Libya, Syria and some other Arab countries have been through. Ultimately, the official said, a time would come when pressure would be mounted on Pakistan to roll back its nuclear programme. They want to keep Pakistan under constant pressure and portray it as a suspect at international level, he said. The official said: We are closely watching the enemy tactics and are trying to frustrate them. Elaborating his viewpoint about the propaganda against the Pakistan Army and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency, he said there was a time when the KGB was a very strong intelligence agency and it foiled many plots against the Soviet Union. However, when it got weakened for whatever reasons, it could not save the USSR from disintegration. Then, the official said, SAVAK was a very effective intelligence agency of Iran. When the 'enemy decided to work against Iran, it first targeted SAVAK. He said US designs against Pakistan were very clear. Until May 2, Pakistan was regarded as an ally of the United States, but then all of a sudden the nature of relationship changed after the US commando operation in Abbottabad, in which Osama bin laden was killed. Pakistan, the official said, did not know the whereabouts of the al-Qaeda chief. Answering a question, the official said killings take place in every country without any exception. But the killings, even of terrorists, were being deliberately painted in a negative light in Pakistan to show that the security agencies of the country had failed to deliver. He said there was also a possibility of the Western media launching another campaign of human rights violations in Pakistan. About the nuclear assets of Pakistan, the official said countries opposed to Pakistans progress in this field were daily giving new figures of nuclear weapons that Pakistan has. No other country was being targeted the way Pakistan is, the official said, adding that this was sufficient to prove the agenda being pursued against the country. To a question, the official said even some important elements in the Pakistani media were also playing into the hands of the enemy.