Asif Zardari, Faryal Talpur skip FIA hearing in fake accounts case

ایک خبر کے مطابق زرداری اور فریال ایف آئی کے سامنے پیش نہ ہوئے بلکہ دو جونئیر وکیل بھیج دیے اور کہا کہ وہ فی الحال الیکشن کی سرگرمیوں میں مصروف ہیں 25 جولائی کے بعد وہ اپنا جواب بھیجوا دیں گے اور مزید کہا کہ اس طرح ان کو بلوانے سے ان کی الیکشن مہم خراب ہو رہی ہے اور یہ آئین کے آرٹیکل 14اور 17 کی خلاف ورزی ہے لہذا وہ پیش نہیں ہوئے


PPP supremo Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur on Wednesday skipped a Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) hearing pertaining to a probe into 29 ‘benami’ accounts allegedly used to channel illicit funds.

A day after the Supreme Court ordered the names of all those connected to the accounts to be placed on the Exit Control List (ECL), the FIA constituted a Joint Investigation Team (JIT), headed by FIA Sindh chief Munir Ahmed Shaikh, to investigate the matter. The FIA had directed the duo to appear before the team today to record their statements and explain their position on the accounts and transactions.

Two junior lawyers appeared before the FIA authorities on behalf of Zardari and Talpur and submitted a written response seeking more time to provide information about the suspected transactions. it also said that neither of the siblings has a record of transactions made in 2014.

Read more: FIA probe finds Zardari Group’s link in money laundering case

The lawyers argued that both siblings are contesting the upcoming polls and are busy electioneering. The two will be able to reply to your questions after July 25, the lawyers said.

The lawyers pointed out that the duo had been summoned in 2018 for a case related to happenings in 2014. They added that forcing the two to engage in the case would be a violation of Articles 14 and 17 of the Constitution, as it would affect their election campaigns with the polls just two weeks away.

Since 2015, the FIA has been probing suspicious transactions made through 29 ‘benami’ accounts — 16 of which were held in Summit Bank, eight in Sindh Bank and five in UBL.

Seven individuals, including Zardari and Talpur, were said to be involved in using those accounts for suspicious transactions which totalled Rs35 billion. The accounts were allegedly used to channel funds received through kickbacks.

Explore: The timing of the case against Zardari fuels conspiracy theories of election manipulation

Zardari's close friend and Pakistan Stock Exchange Chairman Hussain Lawai, along with Summit Bank’s corporate unit head Taha Raza, have been taken into FIA custody in connection with the case.
29 ‘benami’ accounts

The FIA chief earlier said that the inquiry into the suspicious transactions was initiated in 2015 on a source report and, as a result, 29 ‘benami’ accounts were identified.

Of these, 16 were in Summit Bank, eight in Sindh Bank and five in UBL. Seven individuals were involved in suspicious transactions of Rs35bn, he added.

The investigation had revealed that Kiran Aman, the then operations manager of Summit Bank, had admitted and verified forged signatures of an account holder as genuine with mala fide intention.

Noreen Sultan, the then relations manager of the bank, had also admitted the forged signature of an account holder on an annexure for change of signature from the one found on the account holder's CNIC.

Adeel Shah Rashidi, the then branch manager of the bank, had also admitted to deliberately signing documents to approve the account, even though the bank's record showed that the account had, in fact, belonged to the allegedly Zardari-linked Omni Group.

Rashidi had later disclosed that the documents had been sent to the corporate department of the bank for approval and Taha Raza, the corporate unit head of the Summit Bank, had sent back the documents with remarks “referred by Hussain Lawai” with a directive to open the account.

Hence, it was established that the bankers had fraudulently opened fake/forged accounts fulfilling the codal formalities, the FIA DG had told the apex court during a hearing of the case.


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Kamran Stu

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پیپلز پارٹی کے مرکزی رہنما اور سابق صدر آصف علی زرداری اور ان کی ہمشیرہ فریال تالپور ایف آئی اے اسٹیٹ بینک سرکل میں پیش نہیں ہوئے، ان کی جانب سے ان کے وکیل نے تحریری بیان جمع کرا دیا۔ تحریری بیان ایف آئی اے اسٹیٹ بینک سرکل میں جمع کرایا گیا ہے، جس میں آصف زرداری اور فریال تالپور نے الیکشن کے بعد پیش ہونے کی مہلت مانگی ہے۔ بیان کے متن میں کہا گیا ہے کہ آصف زرداری پاکستان پیپلز پارٹی پارلیمنٹیرین کے صدر ہیں، 2014 کا کیس ہے اور ہمارے کلائنٹ کو جولائی 2018ئ میں طلب کیا گیا ہے،2014کے معاملے پر ایک دن میں جواب دینا ممکن نہیں ہے۔ بیان میں کہا گیا ہے کہ آصف زرداری قومی اسمبلی کے حلقہ این اے 213 سے الیکشن لڑ رہے ہیں، وہ انتخابی سرگرمیوں کی وجہ سے مصروف ہیں۔ یہ بھی کہا گیا ہے کہ آصف زرداری کو اس وقت طلب کیا جارہا ہے جب دو ہفتوں بعد انتخابات ہیں، کلائنٹ کو مقدمات میں مصروف رکھنے سے الیکشن مہم متاثر ہوسکتی ہے، اس لیے وہ 25 جولائی کے بعد ایف آئی اے کے تمام سوالوں کے جواب دے دیں گے۔ بیان کے متن میں یہ بھی کہا گیا ہے کہ فریال تالپور پیپلز پارٹی خواتین ونگ کی سربراہ ہیں، جو پی ایس 10 لاڑکانہ سے انتخابات میں حصہ لے رہی ہیں اور آج کل الیکشن مہم میں مصروف ہیں، الیکشن کی مصروفیت کی وجہ سے ریکارڈ جمع کرکے جواب دینا ممکن نہیں ہے، جواب داخل کرانے کیلئے 31 جولائی تک مہلت دی جائے ۔ درخواست کے متن میں یہ بھی کہا گیا ہے کہ اس وقت طلب کرنا بنیادی انسانی حقوق کی خلاف ورزی ہے، آئین کا آرٹیکل 218 صاف شفاف اور منصفانہ انتخابات کی ضمانت دیتا ہے۔ زرداری گروپ کا روزانہ کی بنیاد پر ہونے والی کارروائی سے براہ راست کوئی تعلق نہیں، آصف علی زرداری اس ملک کے صدر رہ چکے ہیں، قانون کا احترام کرتے ہیں۔ یہ بھی کہا گیا ہے کہ اٹھائے گئے سوالات کے جوابات 21سے 25 جولائی تک دے دئے جائیں گے۔ واضح رہے کہ سابق صدر آصف علی زرداری اور ان کی ہمشیرہ فریال تالپور کو منی لانڈرنگ کیس میں ایف آئی اے اسٹیٹ بنک سرکل نے آج بیان ریکارڈ کرانے کے لیے طلب کیا تھا تاہم سینئر وکلائ کی جانب سے سابق صدر کو آج پیش نہ ہونے کے مشورے کے بعد ان کی قانونی ٹیم ایف آئی اے کے سامنے پیش ہوئی۔

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kwan225

Minister (2k+ posts)
بلکل ٹھیک۔۔ ایف آف۔۔
قانون اور سزا صرف غریب کے لئے ہے۔۔
ایسا کوئی غریب کرتا۔۔ اس کا پورا خاندان اٹھا لیا جاتا۔۔
 

taban

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
اگر کوئی عام پاکستانی ایسا کرتا تو اس کی ماں بہن ایف آئی اے نے ایک کر دینی تھی بلکہ اب تک اسکے خاندان کے مرد گمشدہ افراد کی فہرست میں شامل ہو چکے ہوتے مگر یہ تو پاکستان کے دیوتا ہیں ہر محکمہ انکا بھگت ہے اور انکی تپسیا کرنا اپنا دھرم سمجھتا ہے زرداری کی جے ہو ,,,کاش کوئی اسکی جے کے ساتھ لے بھی لے
 

akbar41

Senator (1k+ posts)
This ugly bitch frieds so many innocent now her ugli pechii fry hoo gee, may be hoo chuki hoo, kali churail.
 

HSiddiqui

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
ایک خبر کے مطابق زرداری اور فریال ایف آئی کے سامنے پیش نہ ہوئے بلکہ دو جونئیر وکیل بھیج دیے اور کہا کہ وہ فی الحال الیکشن کی سرگرمیوں میں مصروف ہیں 25 جولائی کے بعد وہ اپنا جواب بھیجوا دیں گے اور مزید کہا کہ اس طرح ان کو بلوانے سے ان کی الیکشن مہم خراب ہو رہی ہے اور یہ آئین کے آرٹیکل 14اور 17 کی خلاف ورزی ہے لہذا وہ پیش نہیں ہوئے


PPP supremo Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur on Wednesday skipped a Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) hearing pertaining to a probe into 29 ‘benami’ accounts allegedly used to channel illicit funds.

A day after the Supreme Court ordered the names of all those connected to the accounts to be placed on the Exit Control List (ECL), the FIA constituted a Joint Investigation Team (JIT), headed by FIA Sindh chief Munir Ahmed Shaikh, to investigate the matter. The FIA had directed the duo to appear before the team today to record their statements and explain their position on the accounts and transactions.

Two junior lawyers appeared before the FIA authorities on behalf of Zardari and Talpur and submitted a written response seeking more time to provide information about the suspected transactions. it also said that neither of the siblings has a record of transactions made in 2014.

Read more: FIA probe finds Zardari Group’s link in money laundering case

The lawyers argued that both siblings are contesting the upcoming polls and are busy electioneering. The two will be able to reply to your questions after July 25, the lawyers said.

The lawyers pointed out that the duo had been summoned in 2018 for a case related to happenings in 2014. They added that forcing the two to engage in the case would be a violation of Articles 14 and 17 of the Constitution, as it would affect their election campaigns with the polls just two weeks away.

Since 2015, the FIA has been probing suspicious transactions made through 29 ‘benami’ accounts — 16 of which were held in Summit Bank, eight in Sindh Bank and five in UBL.

Seven individuals, including Zardari and Talpur, were said to be involved in using those accounts for suspicious transactions which totalled Rs35 billion. The accounts were allegedly used to channel funds received through kickbacks.

Explore: The timing of the case against Zardari fuels conspiracy theories of election manipulation

Zardari's close friend and Pakistan Stock Exchange Chairman Hussain Lawai, along with Summit Bank’s corporate unit head Taha Raza, have been taken into FIA custody in connection with the case.
29 ‘benami’ accounts

The FIA chief earlier said that the inquiry into the suspicious transactions was initiated in 2015 on a source report and, as a result, 29 ‘benami’ accounts were identified.

Of these, 16 were in Summit Bank, eight in Sindh Bank and five in UBL. Seven individuals were involved in suspicious transactions of Rs35bn, he added.

The investigation had revealed that Kiran Aman, the then operations manager of Summit Bank, had admitted and verified forged signatures of an account holder as genuine with mala fide intention.

Noreen Sultan, the then relations manager of the bank, had also admitted the forged signature of an account holder on an annexure for change of signature from the one found on the account holder's CNIC.

Adeel Shah Rashidi, the then branch manager of the bank, had also admitted to deliberately signing documents to approve the account, even though the bank's record showed that the account had, in fact, belonged to the allegedly Zardari-linked Omni Group.

Rashidi had later disclosed that the documents had been sent to the corporate department of the bank for approval and Taha Raza, the corporate unit head of the Summit Bank, had sent back the documents with remarks “referred by Hussain Lawai” with a directive to open the account.

Hence, it was established that the bankers had fraudulently opened fake/forged accounts fulfilling the codal formalities, the FIA DG had told the apex court during a hearing of the case.


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What the hell ! Violation of Articles 14 and 17 of the Constitution, as it would affect their election campaigns with the polls just two weeks away. Who wrote this article in the constitution that a corrupt person will not be disturbed till he is trying to come in the government?

And if unfortunately he succeed to win a seat or two and have a say then he will once again be an honorable servant of the Government , and there will be some article that he cannot be disturbed.

The hell with this choor Asif and his corrupt / criminal sister Falyar Talpur, he is heard talking about the Government , about NAB, about any law enforcing department of Pakistan, he said they cannot dare doing any thing or saying any thing against him (I don't know how his corruption gave him this confidence but he said), and his not appearing to FIA is a proof of his arrogance, he and people like him must be taught respect and humbleness, he must be dealt with iron fists and further penalized for delaying the process.
 

abdlsy

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
ایک خبر کے مطابق زرداری اور فریال ایف آئی کے سامنے پیش نہ ہوئے بلکہ دو جونئیر وکیل بھیج دیے اور کہا کہ وہ فی الحال الیکشن کی سرگرمیوں میں مصروف ہیں 25 جولائی کے بعد وہ اپنا جواب بھیجوا دیں گے اور مزید کہا کہ اس طرح ان کو بلوانے سے ان کی الیکشن مہم خراب ہو رہی ہے اور یہ آئین کے آرٹیکل 14اور 17 کی خلاف ورزی ہے لہذا وہ پیش نہیں ہوئے


PPP supremo Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur on Wednesday skipped a Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) hearing pertaining to a probe into 29 ‘benami’ accounts allegedly used to channel illicit funds.

A day after the Supreme Court ordered the names of all those connected to the accounts to be placed on the Exit Control List (ECL), the FIA constituted a Joint Investigation Team (JIT), headed by FIA Sindh chief Munir Ahmed Shaikh, to investigate the matter. The FIA had directed the duo to appear before the team today to record their statements and explain their position on the accounts and transactions.

Two junior lawyers appeared before the FIA authorities on behalf of Zardari and Talpur and submitted a written response seeking more time to provide information about the suspected transactions. it also said that neither of the siblings has a record of transactions made in 2014.

Read more: FIA probe finds Zardari Group’s link in money laundering case

The lawyers argued that both siblings are contesting the upcoming polls and are busy electioneering. The two will be able to reply to your questions after July 25, the lawyers said.

The lawyers pointed out that the duo had been summoned in 2018 for a case related to happenings in 2014. They added that forcing the two to engage in the case would be a violation of Articles 14 and 17 of the Constitution, as it would affect their election campaigns with the polls just two weeks away.

Since 2015, the FIA has been probing suspicious transactions made through 29 ‘benami’ accounts — 16 of which were held in Summit Bank, eight in Sindh Bank and five in UBL.

Seven individuals, including Zardari and Talpur, were said to be involved in using those accounts for suspicious transactions which totalled Rs35 billion. The accounts were allegedly used to channel funds received through kickbacks.

Explore: The timing of the case against Zardari fuels conspiracy theories of election manipulation

Zardari's close friend and Pakistan Stock Exchange Chairman Hussain Lawai, along with Summit Bank’s corporate unit head Taha Raza, have been taken into FIA custody in connection with the case.
29 ‘benami’ accounts

The FIA chief earlier said that the inquiry into the suspicious transactions was initiated in 2015 on a source report and, as a result, 29 ‘benami’ accounts were identified.

Of these, 16 were in Summit Bank, eight in Sindh Bank and five in UBL. Seven individuals were involved in suspicious transactions of Rs35bn, he added.

The investigation had revealed that Kiran Aman, the then operations manager of Summit Bank, had admitted and verified forged signatures of an account holder as genuine with mala fide intention.

Noreen Sultan, the then relations manager of the bank, had also admitted the forged signature of an account holder on an annexure for change of signature from the one found on the account holder's CNIC.

Adeel Shah Rashidi, the then branch manager of the bank, had also admitted to deliberately signing documents to approve the account, even though the bank's record showed that the account had, in fact, belonged to the allegedly Zardari-linked Omni Group.

Rashidi had later disclosed that the documents had been sent to the corporate department of the bank for approval and Taha Raza, the corporate unit head of the Summit Bank, had sent back the documents with remarks “referred by Hussain Lawai” with a directive to open the account.

Hence, it was established that the bankers had fraudulently opened fake/forged accounts fulfilling the codal formalities, the FIA DG had told the apex court during a hearing of the case.


http://www.dawn.com/news/1419383/asif-zardari-faryal-talpur-skip-fia-hearing-in-fake-accounts-case
 
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