Senior journalist Declan Walsh has claimed that he has further evidence regarding what he says the involvement of Axact in fake educational degrees’ business. In an interview with BBC Urdu’s Sairbeen, broadcast by Aaj TV, Walsh said that he had been working on the Pakistani media for quite some time; and during his work he came across new channel, Bol.
“When we started investigating Bol and the people behind it, sensational revelations came up,” he said. In response to a question, he said he had further evidence against the company and that he could successfully defend the contents of his story in the court of law. Regarding the bold or over-display of this story by Bol’s competitors purportedly for their commercial interests, he said that he did not care much if anyone was using it for his/her commercial interests.
To another question, Walsh, who has been working as Pakistan Bureau Chief of New York Times, said that he did not know what the FBI would possibly do in response to this story; however, in the past people had been convicted on FBI’s actions. Walsh previously worked for The Guardian.
Source: Business Recorder