LAHORE The Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in its response to the statement issued by Supreme Court Bar Association President Asma Jehangir said that the agency had nothing to do with the phone recording of any individual. While talking to Waqt News, an ISI source, who requested not to be named, told that it was not the agencys business or responsibility to keep record of phone calls made by the citizens. The source further said that it was unbecoming of a responsible lawyer and Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) president to level such baseless allegations. It may be mentioned here that SCBA President Asma Jehangir, while appearing before a three-member bench of the apex court headed by the chief justice in Salim Shehzad murder case, had stated that only one spy agency of the country could delete the telephone call records. The bar president should not pronounce allegations based on assumptions against the ISI, the source said while denouncing Asmas statement. The agency source further said that the blame game against the top spy agency was in fact part of the malicious campaign to malign Pakistan Army. He requested the analysts and the critics to be realistic while criticising the sensitive institution and the other defence institutions, saying that unrealistic criticism may prove damaging for the 'national interest.