Passenger included in FIA blacklist arrested at Multan airport

MULTAN: The officers of the Federal Investigation Company (FIA) have arrested a passenger included within the intel company’s blacklisted individuals upon his arrival at Multan airport, ARY Information reported on Sunday.

The passenger, who’s recognized as Asif Raza and blacklisted by the intelligence company, was arrested after arriving at Multan airport from a Sharjah-Multan flight.

Sources stated that Asif Raza was wished to FIA in lots of circumstances. The arrested individual was shifted to FIA round workplace for additional investigation.

Earlier on December 13, Customs authorities had foiled a cash laundering bid on the Multan Worldwide Airport and arrested an accused concerned in it.

In line with sources, the customs officers intercepted a person on the airport and throughout the checking course of discovered 117,000 UAE Dirham, amounting to only beneath 5 million Pakistani rupees, in his possession.

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It’s pertinent to say right here that an grownup is allowed to journey with US$10,000 throughout any overseas journey.

The passenger was travelling from a Sharjah-bound Pakistan Worldwide Airways (PIA) flight.

On December 10, regulation implementing authorities claimed to have apprehended two males accused of transporting extreme quantity of overseas currency- greater than the allowed limit- from the nation.

The joint motion was carried out by the Customs and Counter-Terrorism Division (CTD) authorities at Bacha Khan Worldwide Airport in Peshawar.

In line with officers, the lads had been making an attempt to smuggle the overseas foreign money to Dubai. “Performing on a tip-off, the authorities nabbed each males from the airport,” they stated including that they had been shifted to a different location for additional interrogation.

The quantity recovered from their possession included 4000 United Arab Emirates (UAE) Dirhams and 70,000 Saudi riyals, which quantities round three million Pakistani rupees.

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