CEO of Digitonics Lab Burhan Mirza and others appeared before the District Court East in connection with scam cartel and endangering national integrity.
According to the details, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) prosecutor and the new investigator informed the court that the investigating officer of the case was changed constantly.
FIA said that the investigation of the case has been handed over from Mumtaz Soomro to Kailash Babu.
The new investigating officer asked for time to submit a progress report in the case and said that the case is very sensitive the time should be given to submit the final report.
Judge Imran Imam Zaidi while giving the remarks that the case is very important so all aspects should be looked at carefully and After reviewing all aspects, a final report should be submitted in the case.
The accused lawyers said that it has been three months and the final challan has not been submitted yet and the interim challan was also presented incompletely by the FIA.
The court adjourned further hearing of the case till April 15.
Earlier, the Court has granted permission to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to probe against Digitonics Lab under the Anti-Money laundering act.
According to the details, City Court Judge Imran Imam Zaidi allowed the FIA to investigate the accused under the Anti-Money laundering act.
During the case proceedings today, a report was presented before the court after an investigation by FIA. According to the report, the Chief Executive Officer of Digitonics Lab Muhammad Burhan Mirza and other accused are involved in the international Scam.
After hearing the arguments, the case has been adjourned till March 4th 2021.
Earlier the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Cyber Crime Circle registered a case against Muhammad Burhan Mirza and others, of IT Company ‘Digitonics Lab’, to investigate the alleged money laundering.
According to the FIR, the software house was involved in fraud, blackmailing, and extortion. The accused misused the credit cards of citizens and used to lure them by swindling 100 dollars investment. An international network of money laundering was operated under the guise of a software house.
The FIA, which has been conducting key operations for Pakistan in the context of FATF, has vowed to take down this scam cartel bringing a bad reputation to Pakistan.
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