Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Shehbaz Sharif family used employees accounts for money laundering

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LAHORE: Important documents showing how PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif and his family laundered money using bank accounts of poor employees have come to light on Friday, ARY News reported.

According to details, as many as Rs7,404 million were received in the accounts of ten employees by Shehbaz Sharif and his family members.

According to the documents, Rs771 million were received in 3 years in the accounts of a peon named Maqsood, Rs1781 million were received in the account of Muhammad Aslam, cashier of Sugar Mills and Rs480 million were received in the account of a clerk named Azhar.

Furthermore, another clerk named Khizar Hayyat received Rs1425 million in his bank account, Rs434 million were received in the account of storekeeper Ghulam Shabir, Rs883 million were transferred in the account of an assistant accountant, Muhammad Anwar and Rs525 million were transferred into the bank account of assistant manager Zafar Iqbal.

The documents revealed that Rs362 million were received in the bank account of Kashif Majeed, IT officer of Ramzan Sugar Mills, Rs231 million were received in the account of Masroor Anwar, an old employee of the mills.

Read more: FIA finalises money laundering challan against Shehbaz Sharif, son

It may be recalled that a few days ago, a list of 100 FIA witnesses was released on the money laundering challan case against the opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif and his family through the sugar business.

The list of witnesses included scavengers, hardware, dried fruit, sanitary store owners, scrap dealers, construction companies witnesses, dairy farms, general stores, oxygen cylinder vendors.

According to the documents, engineers, lawyers, bankers, doctors, SECP, FIA officials, rice dealers, dental parts dealers, jewelers and property dealers are also included in the list of witnesses.

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