Pakistani spy admits funding BNP

Pakistan's spy agency Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) has admitted that it had funded the BNP during the 1991 general elections which the party won and formed government.

The confession came from a man no less than former ISI chief Asad Durrani during a Pakistan Supreme Court hearing on the spy agency's mandate on Wednesday, according to London-based Daily Mail.

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He also confessed to supporting insurgency in India's northeast.

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Mar 10 accused BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia of taking money from ISI before the June 1996 and Oct 2001 parliamentary elections.

“It is beyond doubt that she (Khaleda) took money before 1996 national polls. The future will reveal more on… I think the amount was higher in 2001,” the Awami League chief had said.

A three-member bench of the top court headed by chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary grilled the former spy agency chief on ISI's funding for politicians both within and outside Pakistan, the British newspaper added.

Recently, a UAE-based daily had alleged that ISI paid 50 crore rupees to BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia ahead of the 1991 elections.

There are allegations that the ISI has been active in Bangladesh whenever the BNP has been in power in 1991-96 and later during 2001-06.

The spy agency was also alleged to have launched a campaign from Bangladesh to destabilise the India's northeast region by patronising and providing logistic support, including funds, to the insurgent groups operating from Bangladesh.

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The ISI is also alleged to have supported a network in Bangladesh, which includes the Jamaat-e-Islami, the BNP and northeast insurgents groups during the BNP's rule.

In December last year, Pakistan's defence ministry had admitted in the Supreme Court that it did not have operational control over the military and the ISI.

News Source:  BDNews24

3 Responses to Pakistani spy admits funding BNP

  1. This is interesting but I could not see in the news item any direct quote from Gen. Durrani confirming ISI payment to BNP.

    Something that is far more interesting is the immediate source of this news, the BDNews24. It is the same source that first brought out the news of Danish television reporter’s allegations of “misappropriation” of Grameen fund by Prof. Yunus that ultmately proved to be completely false.

    This time also BDNews24 has quoted the source of their news London based Daily Mail whose credibility as a news source is as pure as Dhaka’s tap water.

  2. Yes we know that.Pakistan is the only in the region that can do whatever India can as a tit for tat that no one else can dare to .We compete with with India in all spheres being a much smaller country and in population smaller than BD. Certainly Pakistan has the ability and especially these days against such overwhelming odds! It is that hard mindset that I always speak of. Pakistan Zindabad!

  3. This is a serious charge and should not be taken lightly. On the flipside, there should be investigation of Indian accesses in Awami League and Hasina. She is no innocent bystander. I think Hasina got more help in cash and kind and clandestine military support from her Indian friends. We should show the highway to these 2 ladies. Or put them on spaceships for an unknown destination. They have destroyed the semblance of independent Bangladesh.