Islamabad, Dec 18(ANI): Pakistan-American businessman, who occupies the centre of the memogate scandal, Mansoor Ijaz has said the memo was prepared by the country' three high-ranked officials.
Ijaz said he personally knew two out of those officials, and added that one of them had asked him to send the memo to US Admiral Mike Mullen, The News reports.
Ijaz claimed to have informed about Haqqani in a telephonic conversation with former US National Security Advisor General James Jones, which lasted for 19 minutes and 26 seconds.
Ijaz said alongwith a memo, he had also sent a covering letter to General Jones, in which entioned about three officials, who served in the country's military and government.
Ijaz said he was also in touch with two US officials to deliver the memo to Mike Mullen personally.
Iajz has, however, blackened the names of those US officials in the document furnishing a reply to the Pakistan Supreme Court.
Ijaz said he asked Jones to deliver the memo to Mullen by May 10 to enable the latter to brief key Pakistani officials at White House on May 11. (ANI)