SC orders to freeze all bank accounts mentioned in JIT report
LAHORE (92 News) – The Supreme Court of Pakistan has ordered to freeze all bank accounts mentioned in the JIT report of the money laundering case.
Issuing an interim order in the mega money laundering and fake bank accounts case at Lahore Registry, the court also ordered to size and present all record of the bank accounts.
It also directed the authorities concerned to monitor all bank transactions.
The court also banned the sale and purchase of all buildings and properties directly and indirectly included in the case.
Abdul Ghani Majeed and Anwar Majeed, in their reply submitted to the Supreme Court, rejected the allegations leveled against them in the JIT report.
They stated that no proof, documents and statements have been included in the report.
They contended that NAB had sent the case to the committee unjustifiably.
On the other hand, Malik Riaz’s son-in-law Zain Malik has also submitted the reply to the SC. He appealed to the court to reject the report.