PTI’s Faisal Vawda, Imran Ismail attacked in Karachi
KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders Faisal Vawda and Imran Ismail escaped an attack in Karachi on Friday.
According to the details, both the leaders were attacked near city’s Delhi Colony area but remained unharmed as their vehicle was bullet-proof. Both were on the way after returning from the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) office.
Talking to media, Ismail claimed assailants riding two motorcycles targeted the car and opened fire from two sides.
Empty shells of 9MM pistol were found on the site of the attack, where police reached and initiated investigation.
Meanwhile, IG Sindh AD Khawaja has sought an inquiry report into the targeted attack. According to a statement, the Sindh police chief directed the authorities to arrest the suspects with the help of an effective investigation process.
Talking to media on Thursday, Vawda had termed recent actions and crackdown against MQM, in the wake of Altaf Hussain’s hate speech, a farce.
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NAB had summoned Vawda for an inquiry pertaining to fraudulent allotment of amenity plots.
The notice was issued on Thursday under Section 19 of the National Accountability Ordinance shortly after the PTI leader held a press conference at his residence.
The letter had said that hundreds of amenity plots have been allotted to Faisal Vawda Group – a business conglomerate run by the PTI leader himself – in the name of dummy companies and NGOs.
The revenue generated from the ‘illegal’ utilisation of these plots has been used to finance terrorists and launder money on the pretext of investing in fund management companies, it alleged.
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