Father, daughter declared absconders in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: Senior Civil Judge Muhammad Aslam Gondal on Wednesday declared a man and his daughter absconders for not appearing before the court in a financial embezzlement case.
Accused Afaq Muhammad Khan and his daughter Asma Intisar withdrew an amount of Rs 1.073 million from an unauthorized bank account in connivance with Amir Ahmed and Masroor Hussain, both officials at Bank of Khyber, Blue Area Branch, Islamabad.
According to enquiry No. 36/2010 dated 23-07-2010 of PS FIA CBC Islamabad, both the accused were business partners of Shakir Ali under the umbrella of M/S Sheeba Enterprises, a registered firm with the Registrar of Firms ICT Islamabad in 2004.
Afaq Muhammad Khan fraudulently got opened a proprietorship account in the bank of Khyber, Blue Area Branch Islamabad in violation of the registered partnership deed in complicity with two bank officials namely Amir Ahmed and Masroor Hussain. Afaq Muhammad Khan and his daughter obtained a cheque of Rs. 10, 73,469/- from FWO, which was in the name of M/S Sheeba Enterprises. They deposited in that fraudulent account and withdrew the amount.
Shakir Ali filed an FIR No. 04/2011 PS/FWCBC under sections 409/420/468/471/477-A/34-FPC on 4 January 2011. The court Issued arrest order for the accused twice on 12-02-2011 and 24-02-2011 but they are at large. The court proclaimed Afaq Muhammad Khan and his daughter Asma Intisar absconders on Wednesday.