Porsche removes Pakistan from it’s website after Porsche Pakistan CEO Abuzar Bukhari cheats customers of 80 crores
LAHORE: Abuzar Bukhari who opened the first official Porsche dealership in Pakistan with two partners via AutoTechnik Pvt Ltd has run away to the United Kingdom after fleecing Porsche customers of 80 crores.
According to sources privy to the developments, Bukhari first fled to Dubai but after suspecting that Interpol might catch him in Dubai, he fled to the United Kingdom and has cut off all contact with his friends.
Bukhari was a high flying businessman and was even featured at HELLO! Magazine as one of the top 100 people of Pakistan.
Victims of Abuzar Bukhari’s scams include renowned businessmen and even a son of a leading politician who has vowed to trace Bukhari at all costs.
Cases against Bukhari’s scam have been registered in various police stations in Lahore while the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has also formally sought help from Interpol.
Pakistani authorities are also trying to extradite Abuzar Bukhari on the charges of fraud and deceit.
Porsche Pakistan had a soft launch in 2006 and then a formal launch in 2008. Since then, it had been running its operations successfully but now, the luxury carmaker has removed its official website page on Pakistan.
Porsche official website removes page on Pakistan which has details of its Pakistan representative Abuzar Bokhari – accused of leaving the country with Rs 800 million in booked orders – here is a screenshot of the cached version of the page pic.twitter.com/dFJkCm4NQx— omar r quraishi (@omar_quraishi) February 8, 2021
“Porsche official website removes page on Pakistan which has details of its Pakistan representative Abuzar Bokhari — accused of leaving the country with Rs800 million in booked orders — here is a screenshot of the cached version of the page,” journalist Omar Quraishi tweeted.
Meanwhile, a user on Twitter commented that Abuzar was a “pretty loaded guy” and that his personal wealth is much more than this.