FIA unearth billions in Suleman Shehbaz’s factory worker’s accounts

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), Banking Crime Circle, Lahore, has traced secret bank accounts of the employees of Suleman Shehbaz with Rs9.5 billion deposits. The employees of the youngest son of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif worked in the Ramzan Sugar Mills and Al-Arabiya Sugar Mills. The FIA had provided details of those accounts to the joint investigation team (JIT), which was investigating the case.

The sources said that the information report revealed that Rs2.3 billion was found in the bank account of Maqsood, a peon. The report also revealed that Maqsood had bought a Mercedes worth Rs15 million from that money.

Similarly, Shabbir Qureshi, a clerk, had Rs1 billion in his account; Rs240 million was found in Rana Wasim’s account, Rs640 million in Iqrar’s account and Rs520 million in clerk Tanveerul Haq’s account.

The report further revealed that Rs1.2 billion was deposited in the account of Accounts Clerk Khizar Hayat, Rs450 million was deposited in the account of Tauqeeruddin but some of the amount had also been withdrawn.

Source: Express Tribune