FIA-CBC unearths fraud in DIBPL.
KARACHI -- Federal Investigation Agency Commercial Bank Circles (FIA-CBC) successfully unearthed a bank fraud in Dubai Islamic Bank Pakistan Limited (DIBPL) arresting three accused including a woman and a bank employee.
According to FIA Additional Director Altaf Hussain, the main accused Tahir Ahmed and Nayyar Sultana Bukhari were directly involved in frauds involving chequebook tempering and transferring a mobile number.
They had withdrawn an amount of Rs 4 million from DIBPL branch at Gulish-e-Iqbal University Road Karachi with the help of Mohammad Amir, who was an employee of the bank. The bank employee was also involved in providing information of the accounts holders to the accused.
According to the FIA, an FIR was registered against Nayyar Sultana Bukhari, Mohammad Amir (bank employee) and Tahir Ahmed on January 6 who were later arrested from Korangi area.
The accused had so far withdrawn an amount of Rs 50 million from the account of Misbah Bibi.
Nayyar Sultana Bukhari fraudulently transferred the ownership of SIM number 0321-8953580 belonging to Laila Ali Khan to her own name from Mobilink Business Center Gulshan-e-Iqbal Karachi, FIA director said. When the bank contacted on this number the accused approved the payments.
According to the FIR total amount of Rs 4 million were fraudulently credited in the account of Misbah Bibi, and an amount of Rs 2.6 million have so far been withdrawn by Tahir Ahmed alias Taha Ali through two cheques duly signed by Misbah Bibi.
The illegal acts of the above mentioned accused people have also been established through CCTV recordings.
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|Publication:||Pakistan Today (Lahore, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Jan 17, 2018|
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