$11 billion money abroad: Federal government tightens the noose
ISLAMABAD – Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Accountability Shahzad Akbar on Wednesday said that the assets worth US$11 billion dollar are in 26 countries and the process of bringing back the looted money has been started.
Shahzad Akbar while making startling revelations said that the members of the government, who were involved in money laundering, would also be held accountable.
The special assistant said that the noose has been tightened against those who have properties in Dubai, adding that an agreement will be signed in January for sharing details.
He went on to say that an agreement will soon be signed with Britain to bring back those hiding there, adding that it would be easy to bring the looted money back once the accused are handed over to Pakistani authorities.