Pakistan News: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has registered a case against Pakistan’s deposed Prime Minister Imran Khan and other senior leaders of his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party for receiving banned funds from abroad. According to the news of Pakistan’s daily newspaper Dawn, the case was filed through the Corporate Banking Circle of the FIA in Islamabad.
‘Foreign Exchange Act has been violated’
According to the FIR, Arif Masood Naqvi, who is the owner of Wootton Cricket Limited, had ‘wrongly’ transferred money to a bank account registered in the name of PTI. According to the complaint, there is an ‘agreed transfer’ to conceal the true nature, origin, place, movement and ownership of the money transaction. According to the FIR, the leaders of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party have violated the Foreign Exchange Act. They have been declared as beneficiaries of doubtful bank accounts.
Apart from Imran Khan, the names of these people are included in the complaint.
The FIR states that Arif Masood Naqvi is also facing trial for cheating investors in the UK and the US. Imran Khan, Sardar Azhar Tariq Khan, Saifullah Khan Niazi, Syed Yunus Ali Raza, Aamer Mahmood Kiyani, Tariq Rahim Sheikh, Tariq Shafi, Faisal Maqbool Sheikh, Hamid Zaman and Manzoor Ahmed Chowdhury have been named in the complaint.
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