Transaction worth Rs8.5 bn discovered from rickshaw driver’s account

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 In a string of bizarre monetary discrepancies and discovery of fake accounts, a rickshaw driver was found on Wednesday to have allegedly carried out transactions worth around rs8.5 billion from his bank accounts.

The Federal Investigation Agency, which is already on a spree to clamp down on fake bank accounts involved in money laundering, sent a notice to rickshaw driver named Zor Talab Khan.

It was found out that business was carried out through Salar enterprises and Salar Mining in the name of Zor Talab Khan. Moreover, transactions were done through five bank accounts.

From one private bank, a transaction of Rs4.60 billion and from another of Rs3.60 billion was done, mentioned the notice.

Zor Talab Khan’s accounts were being operated by a man called Amar Khan.