FIA Quetta arrests 3 accused involved in bank frauds

Accused were involved in bank transactions through fake cheques

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FIA Quetta arrests 3 accused involved in bank frauds

Manan Khan : 

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has arrested 3 accused involved in bank frauds in Islamabad, Karachi, and Lahore. Speaking at a news conference on Tuesday, the Director FIA Balochistan, Abdul Hameed Bhutto said the accused had withdrawn millions of rupees through fake accounts in various cities of the country.

The Commercial Banking Circle (CBC) of the FIA conducted the raid and arrested the accused.

“The accused also made fake cheques of Karachi University”, Mr. Bhutto informed

“The accused also made fake cheques of Karachi University”, Mr. Bhutto informed. FIA Quetta apprehended the accused when they reached a bank to withdraw Rs. 1,730,000 through fake cheques, the Director FIA informed.

Bank officials immediately informed FIA when they received fake cheques, he added. A first information report (FIR) also lodged against the accused.

Hammad Shah is the mastermind of banking frauds 

Hammad Shah is the mastermind of banking frauds in the country, Mr. Bhutto mentioned. He revealed that the accused Shah has committed as many as 18 different banking frauds in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad worth Rs. 39.60 million. FIRs already launched against the accused in various parts of the country.

Mr. Bhutto informed that a court had already convicted the accused but they were at large.

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