In Fictitious Bank Account Case Former President Asif Ali Zardari and Omni Group involved and they face many of questions. JIT complete their final report in critical money laundering case.
The FIA has compiled lists of large construction companies linked to the Sindh government, which has transferred billions of rupees to accounts, fictitious companies that have been opened, influential people and groups that have received money from these companies. (Economic Crime Wing) Ihsan Sadiq has been appointed head of the Institute by the Supreme Court.
Brigadier Shahid Parvez of the Common Intelligence Service, Mohammad Afzal of the Pakistan Securities Commission, Director of the Islamabad NAB Noman Aslam, Majid Hussain of the State Bank of Pakistan and Tax Commissioner Omran Latif Minhas.
The JIT interviewed 97 people, including Asif Ali Zardari, his sister Ferial Talpor, Anwar Majid, his son and former head of the Summit Bank, Hussein Lawi.
During the investigation, the JIT also summoned PPP leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari twice but did not appear before the investigators. However, he responded to JIT through his lawyer.
JIT also added data from those who agree in its report.
The money laundering investigation began in December 2015, amounting to billions of rupees. According to FIA sources, suspicious bank accounts have been discovered and the owner of a foreign exchange company has been arrested by an intelligence agency for disclosing information about them. During investigations.
Initial investigations revealed suspicious transactions of about Rs 15 billion via these accounts in the Sindh and Al-Sindh banks. Subcontractor companies working with the Sindh government deposited money into the accounts of companies that subsequently proved to be fictitious.