Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan is now trapped in a new corruption case. In such a situation, it has become difficult for him to get out of jail soon. Imran Khan is already in jail in the Toshakhan corruption case. General elections are to be held in Pakistan in the coming February. At such a time, filing a new case against Imran is no less than a big shock for him. An accountability court in Pakistan on Friday filed a corruption case against jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan and other suspects, including his wife.
National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Deputy Prosecutor General Muzaffar Abbasi and investigating officer Omar Nadeem filed the case in Islamabad’s accountability court. A total of eight people have been made accused in this case, including Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party chief Khan (71), his wife Bushra Bibi, her friend Farhat Shehzadi alias Farah Gogi, PTI leader Zulfi Bukhari, Shehzad. Akbar and barrister Zia-ul-Mustafa Naseem.
Corruption in the disposal of 50 billion Pakistani rupees
NAB on Friday filed a corruption case against former Prime Minister Khan, his wife and other suspects in the 190 million British pound (50 billion Pakistani rupees) settlement case, Geo News reported. The matter came to light after the Anti-Corruption Bureau completed its investigation and the court has sent the PTI chief to judicial custody in the Al-Qadir Trust corruption case involving British Pound 190 million. The Al-Qadir Trust case involves a settlement of 190 million British pounds.
Businessman gave 57 acres of land as bribe to Imran
Britain’s National Crime Agency had sent it to Pakistan after recovering money from a leading Pakistani land businessman. Khan, being the Prime Minister at that time, instead of depositing this amount in the national treasury, allowed the businessman to use this amount to partially pay the fine of about Rs 450 billion imposed on him by the Supreme Court a few years ago. Use it. In return, the businessman had reportedly gifted about 57 acres of land to a trust set up by Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi for the establishment of Al-Qadir University in the Sohawa area of Jhelum district of Punjab. Hearing the case earlier this week on November 27, accountability court judge Muhammad Bashir sent the PTI chairman to 14-day judicial custody. (Language)
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