DHAKA, BANGLADESH - Suspects captured in the horrific mutiny have started singing like canaries and to nobody's surprise the finger is, once again pointing towards Pakistan - America's greatest ally in the War on Terror.
Early reports indicate that 3 days before the mutiny by low level personnel of the Bangla Desh Rifles (BDR) a large sum of money changed hands. The financier [previously convicted for fraud] is reputed to be an opposition MP and someone with close links to Pakistani agencies. He is also the financier and arms provider to several 'separatist' movements in NE India.
The suspects have revealed that the mutiny followed by the unearthing of mass graves with hundreds of murdered/butchered high ranking military personnel and their wives was part of a larger conspiracy to kill the Army Chief and the BD PM.
The Obama Admin has "expressed great concern" at the spiraling crisis in South Asia.
Meanwhile in Pakistan, in typical fashion, the Pak PM was quick to "deny any Pak involvement" even before the formal investigation report had been completed.
Confronted by reporters about this so-called denial, Pak PM Gilani said : "We are busy trying to obfuscate the Mumbai evidence so we really don't have time for any Bangladesh questions.
"That is why I am going to deny, deny, deny. I can only concentrate on one instance of Pak interference in one neighbor's affairs - India. I don't have time to figure out further obfuscations on the Bangladesh Mutiny interference by Pakistan. I must consult my 'Mumbai Evidence Denial Sheet' speaking notes, before I can answer any further questions".
An hour later, in the latest episode of what is becoming commonly known as "Pak flip-flop and predictable prevarication" - the new Minister of Dis-Information issued a clarification on the PM's statement:
"What we are saying is what we have been saying all along which is what we have just said today which is we are not sure of what we have been saying so there is no confusion. We are all on the same page"