FIA Summons Jahangir Tareen And His Son Again In Financial fraud Cases

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

06th Apr, 2021. 08:28 pm
FIA Summons Jahangir Tareen And His Son Again In Financial fraud Cases

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has again summoned Jahangir Tareen and his son Ali Tareen on April 9 for alleged financial fraud.

According to sources, the FIA ​​has summoned Jahangir Tareen for two and Ali Tareen for one case.

According to the notice issued by the FIA, Ali Tareen along with his father committed fraud with the shareholders. Ali Tareen sold the sugarcane business at a fixed price of Rs 4.85 billion.

A notice further stated that the transaction benefited Jahangir Tareen’s family at the cost of a shareholder.

In the notice, the FIA ​​asked Ali Tareen why JKFSL sold the sugar business.

The FIA ​​also directed Ali Tareen to bring answers to 5 questions.

It should be noted that Jahangir Tareen and Ali Tareen are accused of financial fraud of Rs 3 billion. Jahangir Tareen transferred Rs 3 billion from the GDW company to his son-in-law’s factory and the money sent to the factory was later transferred to the family members’ accounts.

The FIA ​​Lahore has also registered a case against Rana Naseem, a close associate of Jahangir Tareen, who is accused of embezzling sugarcane. Rana Naseem was working in the company of Jahangir Tareen as Chief Financial Officer.

The FIA ​​has said in the FIR that more than Rs 3 billion was laundered by investing money in the closed factory. CEO OJDW transferred Rs 3.14 billion to the closed company through forgery.

The FIR also alleges sugar hoarding, fraud and embezzlement, saying that Jahangir Tareen transferred money to a closed company for his own and his family’s personal gain.

Earlier, a Lahore local court had granted bail to PTI central leader Jahangir Tareen till April 10.

The Lahore local court granted bail to Jahangir Tareen till April 10, while the banking court granted bail to Jahangir Tareen and Ali Tareen till April 7. The Bangkok court had ordered Jahangir Tareen and Ali Tareen to submit bonds of Rs 500,000.

Jahangir Tareen had approached the Sessions Court for pre-arrest bail. A case of alleged financial fraud has been registered against Jahangir Tareen and Ali Tareen. The case against Jahangir Tareen and Ali Tareen has been registered by the FIA.

Speaking to media on the occasion of his appearance in the court, Jahangir Tareen had said that the allegations leveled against him and Ali Tareen were baseless while he was clear and transparent in financial matters.

“We have a complete money trail of assets. It’s not my habit to disassociate with anything,” he said.

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