FAISALABAD: An anti-corruption unit in the Farah Gogi case has arrested two accused belonging to the Faisalabad Industrial Estate Development and Management Company (FIEDMC).
According to the anti-corruption unit, Rana Yousuf, the former chief executive officer of FIEDMC and Maqsood Ahmed, the secretary of Special Economic Zone Committee, are accused of allotting 10 acres of land in the Faisalabad Special Economic Zone to Farah Gogi.
According to officials, the accused illegally allotted a plot worth Rs600 million to Farah Gogi and her mother’s company Al-Mu’az Dairy for only Rs83 million.
Farah Gogi’s husband Ahsan Jamil Gujjar has given a fake guarantee of Rs2 billion to get an industrial plot. The anti-corruption unit is also investigating the assets of Farah Gogi and her husband.
A three-member joint investigation team has also registered a case against the accused and launched an investigation.