Narasi.net – The name of General Akhtar Abdur Rehman Khan, Pakistan’s previous top spy, has highlighted in a spilled list of high-profile Pakistanis with accounts in Swiss bank Credit Suisse.
Pakistan’s previous top spy, General Akhtar Abdur Rehman Khan’s name, has highlighted in a list of high-profile Pakistanis with Swiss ledgers.
The list was accessed by German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung as part of ‘SwissLeaks’ – a massive hole from Credit Suisse, one of the world’s largest private banks. While the leaks cover Swiss financial balances functional between the 1940s and 2010, it does not cover the current operations of Credit Suisse.
The hole has allegedly revealed data around 600 Swiss ledgers connected to 1,400 Pakistani citizens.
Among those highlighted in the list is General Akhtar Abdur Rehman Khan, the closest associate of previous Pakistani tyrant Zia-ul-Haq. Both Khan and Haq kicked the bucket in a plane crash in 1988.
General Akhtar Abdur Rehman Khan helped pipe billions of dollars in cash and help from the United States and other countries, according to a report by the New York Times. This cash was then used to support Afghan mujahideen in their battle against the Soviet Union.
The report also reveals that a record was opened in Credit Suisse for the sake of three of General Akhtar’s sons in 1985. “Years after the fact, the record would develop to hold USD 3.7 million, the spilled records show,” it says, adding that the record was actually worth 5,000,000 Swiss francs (USD 3.7 million) by 2003.
News sources with access to ‘Swiss Leaks’ information allegedly identified 30,000 Credit Suisse clients across the world. Swiss financial balances in the names of these clients hold an estimated 100bn Swiss francs.
“We can uncover how Credit Suisse over and over either opened or kept up with financial balances for an all encompassing cluster of high-risk clients across the world,” The Guardian said in a report.
The report goes on to add, “The colossal store of banking information was spilled by an anonymous whistleblower to the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung.”
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