Former First Lady Bushra Bibi lands in big trouble

Former First Lady Bushra Bibi lands in big trouble

In the capital city of Islamabad, there are indications that Bushra Bibi, the wife of imprisoned PTI Chairman Imran Khan, might face significant legal challenges soon.

Reliable sources reveal that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is currently verifying specific pieces of "evidence," the confirmation of which could elevate Bushra Bibi's status from a "witness" to an "accused." Fresh evidence related to alleged financial transactions by Bushra Bibi is under scrutiny, and if validated, NAB sources suggest she could be accused and possibly arrested.

This evidence is linked to financial dealings, and recent media reports, along with subsequent press conferences by PMLN and MQM regarding Farah Shahzadi, could add to Imran Khan's complications. Simultaneously, NAB is expediting its investigations into Imran Khan's alleged corruption cases, including Toshakhana and the UK's National Crime Agency's £190 million case, also known as the Al-Qadir Trust case.

Sources indicate that these probes may soon conclude, with decisions on filing references against Imran Khan. Recent news about Farah Shahzadi's alleged corruption, tying her to Imran Khan and Bushra Bibi, further adds complexity to the situation.

Reports suggest massive corruption by Farah Gogi, with substantial funds in multiple bank accounts and a significant increase in her assets from 2017 to 2020. The media highlights the alleged exchange of land as a bribe following the return of £190 million by the UK's National Crime Agency.

Investigations reveal a substantial growth in Farah Khan's assets since Imran Khan's government took office, including property acquisitions and investments in various sectors. Documents also show her utilization of the Tax Amnesty Scheme in 2019, declaring assets worth Rs328 million.