Pakistan Army: Ex-Pakistan Army chief Bajwa’s relative summoned over suspicious transactions

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s high investigation company has summoned an in depth relative of former military chief Gen Qamar Bajwa to seem earlier than it on October 23 because it probes allegations of high-volume suspicious transactions in his accounts, in line with a media report on Saturday.
The Information Worldwide reported that Muhammad Sabir Hameed, an in depth relative of Bajwa was summoned by the Anti-Cash Laundering Circle (AMLC) of the Federal Investigation Company (FIA), Punjab Zone, Lahore.
Based on the discover, the summons was pursuant to an ongoing legal investigation within the company on the allegation of high-volume suspicious transactions into his accounts opposite to the declared enterprise profile.’
He’s directed to seem earlier than the FIA on October 23. Sabir maintained 19 financial institution accounts (14 native and 5 overseas) with an mixture credit score turnover of Rs5.34 billion, it mentioned.
He has been directed to carry a listing of all nations visited by him and share his function of visits.
Sabir has additionally been directed to carry a listing of all offshore/shell corporations and enterprise autos held by him, his partner and members of the family together with the report of his nationwide and worldwide property and his members of the family as properly.
The FIA has sought particulars of all overseas foreign money purchases made by him or on his behalf.
Particulars of overseas foreign money taken by him or his partner or members of the family out of Pakistan have been sought.
In the meantime, the report quoting sources near the household has mentioned that Sabir has rebutted all the costs saying the discover was despatched to him due to the enterprise rivalry as his opponents offered the federal government division with false data.

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