Islamabad,Apr 12(ANI): Pakistan-American businessman, Mansoor Ijaz, a key respondent in the MemoGate scandal, has rejected former ambassador to US Husain Haqqani's claim of requesting Research In Motion (RIM) for his BlackBerry data.
Ijaz claimed Haqqani needs to submit the PIN codes and the IMEI numbers of his BlackBerry phones to file a proper RIM waiver consent form, but the latter had told the judicial commission that he lost one of his phones, which is contradictory.
He added that it was impossible for RIM to provide him data on the basis of his phone number and the company had "already stated that they do not generally keep record logs of communications between various PINs more than 3 months, and in extreme, not beyond six months."
Haqqani's lawyer Zahid Bukhari had earlier said that Haqqani has sent a letter to RIM to receive his BlackBerry data. He added that the step was taken in accordance with the orders of the judicial commission probing the scandal, The Express Tribune reports.
"Haqqani has given complete authority to RIM to email the data either to Haqqani or to my email account, so I can present it to the commission after seeing it through. They have a law that they do not share their data with any third party whether it is a court or anyone else. Therefore, we have emailed the request according to the order," Bukhari had said. (ANI)
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