The news is by your side.

Overseas Pakistanis lodged 64 complaints against FIA officials in two years: CAA

ISLAMABAD: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said that in the last two years overseas Pakistanis had lodged 64 complaints against the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), ARY News reported on Friday.

ARY News has obtained the document about complaints against immigration officials of the FIA.

At least 27 complaints have been registered at Allama Iqbal International Airport against immigration officers of the FIA. 26 overseas Pakistanis lodged complaint at New Islamabad International Airport.

Five passengers arriving in Pakistan filed complaint against immigration officials at Jinnah International Airport Karachi. Six travelers complained against the FIA officials at Bacha Khan International Airport Peshawar.

While, no complaint has been filed against FIA officials at Faisalabad International Airport, Multan International Airport and Quetta International Airport.

The FIA had on Thursday arrested four people involved in transactions through illegal Hawala and Hundi method.

Read More: FIA arrests four ‘Hawala’ operators in Multan

The FIA had arrested the accused in Multan and they were identified as Saleem Nawaz, Ajmal, Sarfraz and Abdul Rehman.

According to FIA, foreign currency notes and transaction record were recovered from arrested suspects.

The case had been registered against the arrested men. Further investigation is underway, said the FIA.



You might also like