ISLAMABAD - The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Wednesday strongly denied the contents of a news report appeared in a section of the national and international media quoting unsubstantiated sources that David Headly, a suspect of Mumbai attacks, had named three officers of the Pakistan Army and ISI about their direct involvement in Mumbai attacks. A spokesman of the ISPR said that the allegation was false and fabricated and it aimed at maligning the Pakistan Army and ISI. There is absolutely no linkage or connection, whatsoever, between the Army/ISI and David Headlly, he said. The report appears to be the part of an overall design with a malicious intent to bring disrepute to the countrys national security organisations, the spokesman concluded.