Android asmack received iq packets are formatted in wrong way

I am using asmack for implementing chat client application. I am sending an IQ request for fetching previous chats. Though I get all previous chats some of them are broken. Actually output should be off following order:

<iq id="IQRequestPubSubItems" to="someid" from="" type="result"> <pubsub xmlns=""> <items node='some_node_id'> <item id='55812E6AAF0EB'> <entry xmlns="mcn:panel"> <body>New image</body> <imagename>file.6</imagename> <file name="public-380" type="image/jpg"/> <published jid="some_id" datetime="2013-05-09T05:30:18Z"/> </item>

But I am getting response as follows:

<iq id="IQRequestPubSubItems" to="someid" from="" type="result"> <pubsub xmlns=""> <items node='some_node_id'> <item id='55812E6AAF0EB'> <body>New image</body> <imagename>file.6</imagename> <file name="public-380" type="image/jpg"/> </item> <published xmlns="mcn:panel"> </published>

Iam using asmack6 on Android API 17. When checked on server they are sending it correctly. Also when I enabled debug on aSmack I see that it receives proper message but when I get the Packet in my Android app's PacketListener it gets broken.

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