FIA Peshawar’s workplace summoned Qaiser on August 11 (Thursday) at 2pm.
The discover despatched to the previous speaker said that as per the decision on Akbar S Babar’s case, Qaiser has two financial institution accounts and he’s related to the functioning of these two accounts; subsequently he has been requested to seem earlier than the inquiry group to reply questions relating to the main points of the checking account.
On Friday, the FIA launched a proper countrywide investigation into the utilisation of funds from “prohibited” sources by PTI after an Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) ruling that the get together secured unlawful donations.
A five-member monitoring group has been constituted on this regard to oversee inquiries throughout Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Lahore and Quetta. The group is headed by Muhammad Athar Waheed.
The FIA launched the investigation on a letter written by Babar, requesting a probe towards the PTI for receiving funds by means of accounts opened within the title of junior staff.
Akbar S Babar formally approached the FIA to provoke a probe towards the PTI on Wednesday.
Babar informed the FIA that the PTI’s monetary board in 2011 illegally authorised 4 staff of the get together’s central secretariat to gather donations of their private accounts from inside Pakistan and overseas.
A sum of Rs11.104 million was deposited within the accounts of the PTI staff which was past their recognized sources of earnings, Babar stated in his letter.
He wrote that the funds had been acquired by means of the accounts of staff Tahir Iqbal, Muhammad Nauman Afzal, Muhammad Arshad, and Muhammad Rafiq.
Performing on this letter and the ECP ruling on this case, the FIA is probing the utilisation of funds from 13 undeclared accounts and has issued notices to the account holders.
Sources shut to those developments say the FIA additionally desires to probe whether or not there are unknown accounts, moreover wanting into sources of funding in these accounts, how a lot funds had been despatched by means of them and whether or not funds had been transferred in accordance with the legal guidelines of host international locations.