BOL News has obtained a copy of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) challan filed in the court against Digitonics Lab.
According to the details, the FIA has banned the withdrawal of money from 9 bank accounts of Digitonics Lab while the FIA has also demanded records of transactions of the company’s accounts from the banks.
FIA said that the huge salaries of the employees, the rent of the company, expensive vehicles do not match the income while the huge amount has been deposited in the accounts of the company, Finance Head Rashid and his assistants Saqib, Hamid and others.
The FIA’s interim challan filed in the court revealed that the accused had amassed a large number of movable and immovable properties while the investigation had also traced suspicious transactions, apparently for the purpose of money laundering.
FIA sources said that the accused could not explain the transaction during remand while the accused have also built properties in the United States and Dubai.
The information obtained from the laptop of accused Burhan Mirza proves that he was receiving money from an international client while the data of laptops, mobile phones and hard drives seized during the raid is being reviewed by the forensic team. The company has eight companies with similar names, of which Burhan Mirza has a 40% stake.
According to the challan, some more employees of the company have recorded their statements as witnesses. Eight accused have been arrested in the case while Junaid Mansoor and Hassan Mansoor are absconding.
The court has made the interim challan part of the case.
Back in January 2021, FIA conducted a crackdown on Digitonics, involved in International Scam and Money Laundering. Digitonics used to steal the data through illegal means by disguising themselves as Americans from international customers.