Lahore, Sep 28: Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf alleged that the Taliban had misled his administration and played a double game with him.
He said on the one hand, the Taliban negotiated with the Pakistani government regarding Sharia law but they called the country"s constitution un-Islamic.
Previously, however, Musharraf denied supporting the Taliban while receiving US funding to fight them when he was in power.
“Get your facts correct, I have never double-dealt. There is a big conspiracy being hatched against Pakistan, to weaken the Pakistan army and the ISI, to weaken Pakistan," said Musharraf to New York Times journalist David E Sanger, who alleged Pakistan of duplicity in his book titled 'The Inheritance'.