Former Mehran Bank chief Younis Habib Thursday told the Supreme Court that former president Ghulam Ishaq Khan squeezed him to provide money for disbursement among anti-PPP politicians in 1990. Yunis Habib and former ISI chief Asad Durrani appear before a three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry hearing a plea moved by Air Marshal retired Asghar Khan 1996, regarding alleged disbursement of money among the anti-PPP politicians by former Army Chief General Aslam Beg, ex-director general ISI Lt. Gen. Asad Durrani and former Mehran Bank chief Younis Habib to disrupt the general elections. Habib told the court that he could not bear pressure from the then president and arranged Rs1.40 billion. He said Gen Aslam Baig and an ISI officer Col Akbar opened several accounts. He said Baig told him that the money was needed for national interest. Later talking to media, ex-chief of the Mehran Bank Yunis Habib has admitted paying the sum of Rs 350 to 400 million on the orders of the then president Ghulam Ishaq Khan and ex-COAS Mirza Aslam Beg.