Case registered against Imran Khan in banned funding case


Islamabad: Pakistan’s investigative agency on Tuesday registered a case against former Prime Minister Imran Khan and other PTI leaders in a banned funding case.

The case was filed by the state through the FIA’s Corporate Banking Circle in Islamabad. As per Dawn’s report, the First Information Report (FIR) states that Arif Masood Naqvi, owner of Wootton Cricket Limited, “wrongly” transferred money to a United Bank Limited (UBL) account registered in the name of PTI.

In the FIR, the federal agency alleged that the Abraj Group transferred $2100,000 to a PTI account at a bank branch located in Islamabad’s Jinnah Avenue.

Abraaj Group was a private equity firm, operating on six continents, which is currently in liquidation due to allegations of fraud.

In addition, the party received more funding from two bank accounts of Wotan Cricket Club, read the FIR.

According to Geo News, the FIR comes a day after the Islamabad High Court (IHC) issued notice to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) in the banned funding case, after PTI asked the court to restrain the agency from probing the matter. was.

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