Money was withdrawn from Omni Group’s 10 frozen accounts: JIT
KARACHI (92 News) – The joint investigation team (JIT) probing the money laundering case has revealed that money was continued to be withdrawn from 10 frozen accounts of Omni Group, ordering a case against six officials of National Bank of Pakistan.
It also demanded the record of Zardari Group Limited from the NAB.
According to details, the NBP officials helped withdraw the amount from 10 frozen accounts of six companies despite the notice of the bank officers.
Meanwhile, 92 News has obtained a copy of JIT’s first interim report.
The JIT has also decided to summon the people involved in companies and people involved in transactions from fake accounts.
It has asked the NAB to hand over the record of 34 companies, including Zardari Group and Bahria Town, from NADRA, SECP and FBR.
According to the JIT report, Omni Group accountant Arif Khan had got opened fake accounts, while government contractors as well as contractors of Omni Group, Zardari Group and Bahria Town made the transactions.
The JIT has also asked the Sindh chief secretary to submit the record of awarding the contracts to the government contractors.
According to the report, as many as 33 more accounts were unearthed during the investigations while overall 77 fake accounts are being confirmed.
On the other hand, former president Asif Ali Zardari, Faryal Talpur, Anwar Majeed and his three sons appeared before the banking court. The investigation report submitted the progress report to court.
Later, the hearing was adjourned until October 16.