LAHORE: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has issued a legal notice to Mian Mansha in a money laundering case against Shahbaz Sharif family over transactions with fake accounts worth Rs 25 billion.
The FIA has issued a legal notice to Mian Mansha in the money laundering case against the Shahbaz Sharif family.
It said that the accounts were created in the name of low-income employees of Ramzan Sugar Mills from 2008 to 2018.
The notice said that the account holders have revealed that the secret transactions were in the name of the Shahbaz Sharif family. The transactions went to different branches of MCB in Lahore and Chiniot.
The bank officials admitted that the transaction was done under pressure from the Sharif family and the bank management. The concerned officers are afraid to bring the disclosures on record.
The notice said that from 2008 to 2018, the MCB did not send fake accounts. The MCB officials are pressuring the bankers to make a change statement. Instructions should be issued to the top officials not to put pressure on the bankers immediately.
According to the letter, evidence of links between senior vice president Asim Suri and Azhar Mahmood’s bankers was found and 12 MCB bankers were investigated in the fake accounts case.