Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) has ordered to sale property of Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Akhter Mansoor in Karachi.
According to the details, a number of plots, flats and other residential properties of Mullah Mansoor were disclosed in different areas of Karachi.
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) said that Mullah Mansoor had made two fake ID cards of names Muhammad Wali and Gul Mohammad. The assets of Afghan Taliban has sealed, FIA added
The FIA submitted the final challan that Mullah Mansoor was doing business through his front-man Ammar and Akhtar, and a case of fraud was registered against Mullah Mansoor and others.
The FIA informed the court that Mullah Mansoor was killed in the US drone attack, while Ammar and Akhtar are absconder.
The court has sought response from the National Database & Registration Authority (NADRA) on the next hearing regarding the issuance of fake identity cards.
Mullah Akhtar Mansoor, a former Afghan Taliban leader, was killed in Rami 2016.
Mullah Mansoor owned a plot and house in Gulshan-e-Maymar in Karachi.
Two flats of Mullah Akhtar Mansoor are located on Shaheed Millat Road and two more flats are in Gulshan-e-Maymar.
Earlier, the United States has praised conviction of Hafiz Saeed and called it Pakistan’s step in meeting its international commitments to combat terrorist financing.
The top US diplomat for South Asia Alice wells Tweeted “the conviction “of Hafiz Saeed and his associate is an important step forward — both toward holding LeT accountable for its crimes, and for Pakistan in meeting its international commitments to combat terrorist financing,” she stated.