Asghar Khan case: FIA recommends closure due to lack of proof

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Asghar Khan case: FIA recommends closure due to lack of proof
Asghar Khan case: FIA recommends closure due to lack of proof

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Monday again suggested the conclusion of the Asghar Khan case in the Supreme Court for absence of proof.

The Supreme Court is hearing a case on the execution of the decision in the Asghar Khan case which concerns the handing out of Rs140 million among lawmakers supposedly by the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) before the 1990 general races.

Through its 2012 judgment the SC had requested that the national government make important move under the law against previous armed force boss resigned Gen Aslam Beg and ISI’s previous chief general resigned Lt Gen Asad Durrani for their job in encouraging a gathering of legislators and ideological groups to guarantee their prosperity against adversary hopefuls in the 1990 decision by dispensing Rs140m.

In the last becoming aware of the case on April 2, the court had requested the FIA to thought of a report featuring banks appearing at offer data about the individuals who supposedly gotten cash in the trick.

The FIA, in the report submitted today, said that it couldn’t discover enough confirmation or proof to take the case forward. The FIA specialists said they were unfit to continue because of absence of generous proof.

The report said that the announcements of immeasurably imperative observers who were accessible had been recorded. The FIA said it had additionally talked with two writers, Mujeebur Rehman Shami and Habib Ikram, and barbecued the fundamental observer, Retired Brig Hamid Saeed, just as Advocate Yousaf Memon, however without much of any result.

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The protection service additionally presented a report on advancement in execution of the Asghar Khan case decision, saying that it had comprised a court of request, which had recorded the announcements of six observers. As indicated by the report, the service is searching for more observers.

The barrier service report said that a Court of Inquiry had analyzed all confirmation and regular folks related with the case. It included that endeavors were being made to convey the issue to its coherent end according to the principles and guidelines.

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