SC orders Interior Ministry to put Zardari, Faryal Talpur on ECL

Zardari, Talpur's remand extended till Oct 22 in fake accounts case

ISLAMABAD: Director General Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Bashir Memon on Sunday told the Supreme Court that Rs35 billions were transferred to 29 fake bank accounts as he appeared before the apex court after the chief justice took suo motu notice of reports transfer money from fake bank accounts .
The bank accounts, he said, were opened in Sindh Bank, Summit Bank and United Bank.
The DG FIA told the court 16 accounts were opened in Summit bank, five in Unite Bank and eight in Sindh Bank.
The DG said details of persons using the bank accounts have been provided to the apex court.
Later on, the apex court directed the Interior Ministry to place names of seven account holders and 13 beneficiaries on the Exit Control List.
Account holders are identified as Tariq Sultan, Irum Aqeel, Muhammad Ashraf, Iqbal Arain, Muhammad Umair, Adnan, Javed and Qasim ALi.
According to the FIA, beneficiaries of fake accounts include Omni Polymer Packages, Pak Ethanol PVT Limited, Ansari Sugar Mills, Asif Ali Zardari, Faryal Talpur,Nasir Abdullah Lootah, Chamber Sugar Mills, Agrofarms Thatta, Parthenon Pvt Limited, A-One International, Lucky International , Logistic Trading, Royal International and Umair Associates.


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