US agencies accused of bringing hundred of 'auditors' to Pak under guise of flood relief

Islamabad, Sep 24 (ANI): Three US agencies, apparently working in the humanitarian sector, have reportedly managed to sneak hundreds of 'auditors' on the pretext of flood relief activities into Pakistan.

Of the three agencies that are reportedly importing US spies to Pakistan, one had received much criticism for intruding into Pakistan's administrative affairs in the recent past, The Nation reported.

The so-called humanitarian agency was found involved in serious misappropriations of humanitarian funds allocated for South Waziristan's Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), and also in an attempt to by-pass Pakistan's education and information ministries earlier this year, while trying to promote a US-sponsored educational programme in Pakistan.

While the second humanitarian agency reportedly involved in the US' hidden agenda in Pakistan has not been involved in any controversies in the country, the third of them exists only on paper, and has no practical presence in the humanitarian sector, the paper said.

Official sources revealed that this international non-governmental organisations (INGO) was created last year by the US, only to monitor and contemplate espionage in Islamabad, Peshawar, Quetta, North and South Wazirsitan and the tribal belt located near Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

They also disclosed that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani's reservations over the use of humanitarian funds by INGOs, were necessitated due to the government's inability to stop the unchecked arrivals of US Marines and spies impersonating as humanitarian workers. (ANI)

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