ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani government has registered a forgery and forgery case against former Prime Minister Imran Khan and his wife. Good news aunt and their close aides for allegedly preparing and submitting forged and forged receipts regarding Toshakhana giftssaid a media report on Wednesday.
A case has been registered here against Khan, 70, Bushra Bibi, former Accounting Minister Shahzad Akbar, Zulfi Bukhari, Farah Joji (a close aide of Bushra Bibi) and others for “illegal benefits” and “active collusion and collusion through Aiding, abetting, conspiring, and fraudulently dealing with each other.”
The Toshakhana is a department under the administrative control of the Cabinet Department and stores precious gifts given to rulers, parliamentarians, bureaucrats and officials by heads of government, other states and foreign dignitaries.
The accused “not only prepared, falsified and forged receipts in respect of Toshakhana gifts such as watch and cufflinks, but also presented/executed the same original receipts on which independent verification is being carried out, and the same proved that these receipts were forged and forged,” the report said.
The head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and his accomplices provided forged receipts for Toshakhana gifts including a rare Graff wristwatch that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman gifted to the former prime minister.
After months of dodging the subject, Khan confirmed in September last year that he had sold no less than four gifts he received during his tenure, and Dubai-based millionaire businessman Umar Farooq Zahoor, who currently owns the watch, had offered the watch on broadcast Live TV says he bought the MasterGraff Tourbillon Minute Repeater from Farah Gogi for $2 million.
The watch was worth around Rs 280 million at the time of sale in 2019.
The new FIR was registered after Muhammad Shafiq, a leading watch dealer in Islamabad and owner of the ‘Art of Time’ store, said in an affidavit that he did not sell a Rolex and that PTI leaders forged the name of his shop and forged false receipts about their politicians. purposes in the Toshakhana scandal.
The FIR also said that the accused were involved in forgery supported by the fact that the owner of the shop also confirmed the fabrication of the accused.
“According to the record, no such transaction in connection with the sale and purchase of the aforementioned items was conducted with these particular Defendants and none of these items were sold by the Defendant nor were they purchased by him personally or through any agent/partner of his,” the Information Zone stated. Aviation.
The application is supported by an affidavit provided by Shafiq.
“I hereby declare that we have never bought or sold Rolex watches (platinum or steel gold) worth PKR 7 million to anyone. My shop name and company header/receipt with stamp are being misused without our permission to cater to some politically motivated media houses. I will continue Legal actions and criminal proceedings against anyone who wishes to nullify the reputation of our company. This statement is made in accordance with the laws of Pakistan and we have the right to file a case in the courts to protect our customers and their reputation,” it was claimed in the FIR report.
The Toshakhana case over the sale of state gifts received by the cricketer-turned-politician has become a major issue in national politics after the Election Commission of Pakistan disqualified the former prime minister for making “false statements and incorrect advertising”.
Khan is facing more than 100 cases, while Bushra is nominated in two cases – Toshakhana (Gifts) and Qader Trust case.
The Al-Qadir Trust case alleges that the PTI chairman and his wife acquired billions of rupees and land from a real estate company to legalize the 50 billion rupees that were identified and returned to the country by the UK during the previous PTI government.


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