NAB finds concrete evidences of money laundering against Hamza
LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has obtained irrefutable evidences about Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Hamza Shehbaz’s involvement in money laundering, sources told ARY News on Saturday.
According to the documents, seen by ARY News, unidentified people had been sending thousands of dollars to the Opposition Leader in Punjab Assembly Hamza Shehbaz.
On June 26, 2007, $165,980 had been sent to Hamza Shehbaz via TT transfer on the direction of a citizen, Mehboob Ali. It is pertinent to mention here that Mehboob Ali neither visited the United Kingdom (UK) nor has passport. The money was transferred to a private bank located at Circular Road in Lahore.
AS per documents, Mehboob Ali sent the huge amount for the purpose of investment, while the sources said that he did not invested in any sector in the country.
Hamza Shahbaz used CNIC of ordinary citizens to get money in his name from UK, the sources said and added that cash given to front-men and the money came back in form of telegraphic transfers.
Similarly, on July25, 2007, $167,980 had been sent to Hamza Shehbaz via HSBC on the direction of a person Manzoor Ahmed. The money was sent by speed money transfer for the purpose of investment. According to the documents, seen by the ARY News, the money was transferred at a private bank located at Circular Road in Lahore.
The sources said that Manzoor Ahmed had also never been to the UK and he did not have passport. Manzoor Ahmed also never made investment in any sector in the country, the sources added.