NAB arrests another accused of money-laundering case from Thatta: sources

THATTA: The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) officers have arrested Hassan Ali Memon, an accused in money-laundering case from Thatta, ARY Information reported on Friday.

In line with sources, Hassan Ali Memon is a relative of former Sindh minister Sadiq Ali Memon and he was additionally named within the Joint Investigation Workforce (JIT) report within the money-laundering case.

Memon is a brother of Mumtaz Ali Memon, the Chairman Municipal Committee Thatta.

He was an engineer in Sindh Coal Authority and the challenge director for the Particular Initiative, sources stated.

A banking court docket as we speak granted a plea of NAB and determined to switch the high-profile money-laundering case towards former president Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Fayal Talpur to Rawalpindi.

The court docket additionally suspended the bails of Asif Ali Zardari, Faryal Talpur, Nimar Majeed, Zulqarnain and different accused within the case.

Asif Ali Zardari, speaking to media after the court docket determination stated that the shifting of the case to Rawalpindi makes no distinction.

Cash laundering case

Asif Ali Zardari, his sister Faryal Talpur and different accused are dealing with a probe into the cash laundering rip-off involving over Rs35 billion cash laundered via faux financial institution accounts.

Zardari’s shut aides Hussain Lawai and Anwar Majeed are additionally being investigated within the scandal. They each are in custody.

A Joint Investigation Workforce (JIT) shaped to probe into the mega cash laundering rip-off submitted its report within the Supreme Courtroom. The report revealed that 29 faux financial institution accounts had been recognized, which had been used for cash laundering.



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