Fake accounts: CJP orders to shift Anwar Majeed, Lawai to Islamabad
LAHORE (92 News) – Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar has ordered to shift Anwar Majeed, AG Majeed and Hussain Lawai to Islamabad.
Hearing the case of money laundering through fake accounts at Lahore Registry on Saturday, he ordered Anwar Majeed should be sent to PIMS Hospital from Karachi, while AG Majeed and Hussain Lawai should be sent to Adiala Jail.
The court also ordered to complete the JIT within 10 days.
Anwar Majeed’s counsel told court that Omni Group has to pay Rs1.2 billion to Silk Bank, Rs4.6 billion to Sindh Bank, Rs1.8 billion to Summit Bank and Rs4.98 billion to National Bank of Pakistan.
He added that all payments will be made under the head of the case and property.
The CJP remarked that action will be taken as per law if the payments were not paid until the designated date.
The JIT told court that Omni Group is telling the property rate above the market value. The CJP ordered all bank heads to submit affidavits with regard to the property prices.
The counsel told court that two witnesses are missing and their recovery should be ordered.
Meanwhile, all four banks have agreed to the process of returning the money.