Rs 35 billion fake bank accounts case: JIT final report makes stunning revelations

Rs 35 billion fake bank accounts case: JIT final report makes stunning revelations
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ISLAMABAD – The Joint Investigation Team’s (JIT) report submitted in the Supreme Court has made stunning revelations about the Fake Bank Account money laundering case.

JIT has declared Omni Group’s Anwar Majeed prime accused.

The report also included the names of former president and Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur.

The report further included the names of important personalities of the Sindh government for issuing money in the name of revival of industries, while the names of more than two dozen officials of the provincial government were included in the report.

Hussain Lawai among 30 other bankers were also named in the money laundering report.

On September 6, the SC had formed a JIT to probe the money laundering case involving Rs35 billion funneled through fake bank accounts at three local banks.

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