A River in Pakistan is producing gold worth billions? YES

A River in Pakistan is producing gold worth billions? YES
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LAHORE - A River in Pakistan is producing gold worth billions, it has been revealed from an inquiry of the Punjab Anti Corruption department.

Illegal extraction of gold worth billions of rupees is being done from Indus River near Attock Khurd village.

The Punjab Anti-Corruption Department on has registered a case against Punjab Mines and Minerals Department officials and others.

The anti-corruption department has registered a case against five government employees, including former DG Mines and Mineral Department Zafar Javed, ex-deputy director Rashid Latif, former managers Rafiullah Khan and Rizwan Saqib Bajwa, former geologist Usman Ali, and contractor Mukhtar Ahmed, who is the director of Haihong Superpak (Pvt) Ltd.

According to the FIR, not only a new zone, with placer gold deposits, was illegally created for extracting gravel and sand in the riverbank, but also allegedly allowed for illegal extraction of gold worth billions of rupees.

The enquiry team was constituted on July 26, following complaints of awarding the contract on a reduced price.

Investigators have claimed that the creation of new zone for gravel and sand on Indus River bank near Wessa Khurd, Attock was illegal and unjustified and allowed with mala-fide intentions to pave the way for extraction of placer gold from the site.

The Punjab Anti-Corruption Department on Tuesday registered a case against Punjab Mines and Minerals Department officials and others for illegal extraction of gold worth billions of rupees from Indus River near Attock Khurd village.

The anti-corruption department has registered a case against five government employees, including former DG Mines and Mineral Department Zafar Javed, ex-deputy director Rashid Latif, former managers Rafiullah Khan and Rizwan Saqib Bajwa, former geologist Usman Ali, and contractor Mukhtar Ahmed, who is the director of Haihong Superpak (Pvt) Ltd.

According to the FIR, not only a new zone, with placer gold deposits, was illegally created for extracting gravel and sand in the riverbank, but also allegedly allowed for illegal extraction of gold worth billions of rupees.

The enquiry team was constituted on July 26, following complaints of awarding the contract on a reduced price.

Investigators have claimed that the creation of new zone for gravel and sand on Indus River bank near Wessa Khurd, Attock was illegal and unjustified and allowed with mala-fide intentions to pave the way for extraction of placer gold from the site.

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