Islamabad: Pakistan Defence Ministry on Thursday submitted account details of Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), the country’s premier spy agency, in the Supreme Court during the hearing of Asghar Khan case.
A three-judge bench of the Supreme court head by the Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry resumed the hearing of the petition, accusing the ISI of financing politicians in the 1990 elections by dishing out Rs140 million to create the Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (IJI) and prevent Benazir Bhutto’s PPP from winning the polls.
During today’s hearing, the ministry submitted the account details of the ISI and said that the account details were confidential and could be made public.
The CJ remarked that the details which were being said public already a part of record.
Brigadier (R) Hamid Saeed, the former military intelligence officer, also appeared before the bench and submitted his statement in the case.