Saleen Shafi interviews Brig Imtiaz. For the uninitiated, Brig Imtiaz a.k.a Billa (because of his eye colour), is former director of Pakistan's Intelligence Bureau (IB) and ex-ISI. He earned notoriety for his role in: 1. Operation Midnight Jackal to destabilise the government of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in 1989. 2. Mehran bank scandal: 1990-1994 in which senior politicians and political parties were found to have been bribed by military and intelligence officers to prevent the re-election and destablize the PPP govt. 3. Jinnahpur Cosnpiracy: an alleged plot to form a breakaway state to serve as a homeland for the Urdu-speaking Muhajir community. ISI found maps of the separate homeland from MQM's offices, and then launched Operation Cleanup to target MQM activists. Brig Imtiaz later reveals that the maps were fabricated. 4. He is thought to be involved in the killing of General Zia ul Haq and General Akhtar Abdur Rehman in 1988. Akhtar Rehman's son Humayun Akhtar Khan, has claimed that Brig. Imtiaz encouraged his father to board the C-130 with zia. 5. He was imprisoned on corruption charges in 2001 as part of the national accountability drive of Pervez Musharraf. Brig. Imtiaz and Saleem Safi are talking About MQM, Jinnah Pur Karachi Operation Mid Night Jackal case, Mustafa Khar and Shaikh Rasheed Part1: Attempt to bribe Altaf Hussain on the behjest of Hamid Gul. Part 2: Movement of Pakhtoonistan and Azad Balochistsan, money made by others in the course of the Afghan Jihad, his personal assets etc. Part 3: The conspiracy case against him. Jinnahpur conspiracy, and politicians alleged involvement with India. Part 4: Al-Qaida support for a coup in Pakistan. Benazir Bhutto's Letter to America/UN secretary general asking for pressure on pak army - he says Benazir Bhutto's signature was forged. Says that Shiekh Rashid was on ISI's payroll. Says that MRD (Movement for Restoration of Democracy) was acting under RAW's collaboration and was directed to collborate with the Joye sindh movement. Only for those into serious Pakquistan studies.