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Digitonics Lab CEO Burhan Mirza Directs Employees To Continue Working


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16th Jan, 2021. 09:30 pm
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Digitonics Lab CEO Burhan Mirza Directs Employees To Continue Working
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The issue of plundering the people with the help of personal information obtained under the guise of website developments under investigation by FIA.

Owners of a software company Burhan Mirza named Digitonics Lab have instructed employees to continue working.

According to sources, Digitonics CEO Burhan Mirza directed the employees to continue their work. More than a dozen companies of Digitonics are still operating, more than a dozen companies of Digitonics were registered at the time of the company’s inception.

Sources say that work is going on in the subsidy companies.

It may be recalled that the team of Cyber ​​Crime Circle Karachi had obtained data from the company’s office on Shahra-e-Faisal and arrested eight persons including the CEO of the company.

Sources said that initially 12 accounts and properties of the accused in different banks have come to light.

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Cyber Crime Wing on Thursday unveiled more facts about the money laundering case against IT Company Digitonics Lab.

The Deputy Director FIA Abdul Ghaffar in his statement said that Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Digitonics Lab Muhammad Burhan Mirza is the mastermind of fraud that was being committed by the company.

He said that accused Burhan Mirza had set up websites to deceive foreigners using the name of Digitonics Lab as a cover.

FIA Deputy Director also said that a large amount of data related to the money laundering, blackmailing and extortion has been obtained during the preliminary investigations.

He added that much is yet to be uncovered as the agency is tightening its noose against the company.

FIA Deputy Director added that Pakistan currently has zero-tolerance for terrorism and financial crime.

We are keeping a close eye on companies like Digitonics lab to get the country out of the grey list of FATF.

Earlier, Karachi city court-approved seven days physical remand of CEO Digitonics lab Muhammad Burhan Mirza and other accused employees in the money laundering case.

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