Money laundering case: Aslam Masood’s transit remand approved till Feb 16
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Senior Civil Judge Amir Aziz approved the transit remand of Omni Group CFO Aslam Masood till February 16.
The court also ordered to produce him in the court concerned in Karachi. He was produced in court on a stretcher after being shifted by an ambulance.
The FIA had brought Aslam Masood from Saudi Arabia for his involvement in the fake accounts case and sought his seven-day remand.
He was produced in court late due to a delay in his medical check-up. He was shifted to RIC after he complained of heartache.
Interpol had helped Pakistan bring back the most wanted accused. He had been the accountant of former president Asif Zardari. He faces the charge of laundering Rs 54 billion through 107 fake accounts.