Islamabad: Pakistan’s Spy agency ISI has admitted in its report to the Supreme Court that it has tapped nearly 7,000 phone calls only in the month of May. The ISI in its report to the Supreme Court has provided with the details of the phone calls it has tapped as part of its spying.
After examining the document, the court stated in its order that the spy agency had tapped 6,523 phone numbers in Feb, 6,819 in March, 6,742 in April and 6,856 in May. However, the identities of the tapped names was not disclosed.
The report was submitted to the court on behalf of the ISI, by DAG Sajid Ilyas Bhatti. The Bench headed by three judges, has heard the plea of a 19-year old and has ordered the IB over the same. The petitioner alleged that he has found some electronic spy chip attached to his telephone, which probably belonged to a spy agency, The Times of India reports.
The judge in his comments said that the case has been in pending since long and that it has observed all the call lists that were recorded. It has also summoned the spy agency to tell under which law that they were recording the calls. The judge has shocked everyone in the court by stating that even judges numbers has been tapped by the ISI!