A leak of data from a Swiss bank has brought to light information about 600 accounts linked to 1400 Pakistani citizens, media reports said on February 20. The account-holders include the ex-ISI chief, General Akhtar Abdur Rahman Khan, as per the data leaked from Credit Suisse, an investment banking firm registered in Switzerland, reported ANI. A report published in The New York Times said General Akhtar Abdur Rahman Khan helped supply billions of dollars in cash and other aid from the US and other countries to the mujahideen in Afghanistan. Average maximum balance in accounts held by Pakistanis was 4.42 million Swiss francs, The News International newspaper reported. Watch the video to know more.