Imran Khan “admits” to losing the cipher again during an hour-long interrogation in Attock Prison
New Delhi, August 27: A media outlet reported that former Pakistani Prime Minister and head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan, has again admitted to losing the code, saying he “couldn’t remember” where he kept it.
According to The News, the ousted prime minister – who was ousted from office following a motion of no confidence in April last year – was answering questions posed during interrogation at Attock Prison by a three-member team from the Federal Investigation Agency. The FIA’s Cybercrime Division, headed by Deputy Director Ayaz Khan.
The investigation team questioned Khan on the missing encryption case, the sources said, adding that the PTI chief cooperated patiently during the hour-long investigation. However, he denied that the card he waved at a public rally last year was the cipher, The News reported.
The former prime minister claimed that “the paper I referred to in front of the public was the minutes of the cabinet meeting, not ciphers.”
He added, according to the sources, that it was his right as prime minister to keep the document with him, but he could not answer why it was publicly disclosed as an encryption.
“Maybe this was the last session of the investigation of the encryption issue,” the sources said, adding that the people involved in the investigation of the issue would start mutual meetings to reach a conclusion.
The sources stated that the investigation into the encryption issue will end within the next week and the challenge will be presented to the court.
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