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FIA asks Imran Khan to share document of funding to PTI

Ousted prime minister Imran Khan addresses a rally on this file picture. -AFP/File

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Company (FIA) has sought information from PTI Chairman Imran Khan relating to the full funds offered to the get together by nationwide and worldwide corporations and enterprise companies.

Following the Election Fee of Pakistan’s (ECP) judgment that dominated PTI acquired funding from prohibited sources, the FIA launched a country-wide inquiry into the matter.

In a letter to the PTI chairman, the FIA requested Imran Khan to supply the document of the membership payment from the institution of the PTI until now.

The investigation company additionally sought annual statements of PTI’s financial institution accounts since 1996, the document of its registered and unregistered organizations and trusts from the get together’s chief.

Imran Khan can be requested to supply the document of PTI’s nationwide and worldwide donors. The FIA additionally directed the PTI chairman to supply particulars of funds acquired from numerous corporations in several international locations individually.

The company has additionally sought the listing of the get together’s office-bearers, their CNICs and the names of those that have been allowed to function the get together’s financial institution accounts. The investigation company has additionally directed Imran Khan to supply particulars of the board that’s taking care of the monetary affairs of the get together.

The get together’s chairman and the overall secretary have been advised to submit the main points to the FIA throughout the subsequent 15 days.

FIA summons PTI leaders in prohibited funding case

Earlier, the FIA summoned former Nationwide Meeting speaker and senior PTI chief Asad Qaiser,  ex-Sindh governor Imran Ismail and different leaders in reference to the continued inquiry on the prohibited funding case.

The discover despatched to the previous speaker acknowledged that as per the decision on Akbar S Babar’s case, Qaiser has two financial institution accounts and he’s related to the functioning of these two accounts; subsequently he has been requested to look earlier than the inquiry crew to reply questions relating to the main points of the checking account.

A five-member FIA monitoring crew has been constituted to oversee inquiries throughout Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Lahore and Quetta. The crew is headed by Muhammad Athar Waheed.

The FIA launched the investigation on a letter written by Babar, requesting a probe in opposition to the PTI for receiving funds by means of accounts opened within the identify of junior staff.

Akbar S Babar formally approached the FIA to provoke a probe in opposition to the PTI after the ECP verdict.

Babar advised the FIA that the PTI’s monetary board in 2011 illegally authorised 4 staff of the get together’s central secretariat to gather donations of their private accounts from inside Pakistan and overseas.

A sum of Rs11.104 million was deposited within the accounts of the PTI staff which was past their identified sources of revenue, Babar stated in his letter.

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