Talking to media after the meeting of National Assembly Standing Committee on Finance, State Bank officials said that they sealed 121 accounts according to United Nation’s resolution while 8 accounts were sealed under anti-terrorism measures and around 1.5 billion rupees have also been confiscated from these accounts. During the meeting, Pakistan Peoples’ Party Member of National Assembly (MNA) Nafeesa Shah raised the question that how can Federal Bureau of Revenue (FBR) declare an owner of a company as Raw agent. She said that FBR has no mandate to declare anyone the agent of RAW or any such agency.
Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) Director General (DG) Akbar Khan Hoti on Wednesday revealed that they have tracked down those helping terrorists financially. Hoti stated that after investigation into State Bank of Pakistan, 18 such bank accounts have been accessed which are linked to banned organizations. Hoti informed that investigation against owners of these accounts is underway.
DG FIA informed of these developments while talking to the media in Islamabad.
DG FIA in an answer to a question stated that one of FIA’s officer Shahzad Haider was in Arab Emirates who will shift Aziz Baloch back to Pakistan soon.
In relation to prevention of cyber crimes, Hoti stated that a special help line 9911 has been established for eradication of cyber crimes. A website has also been developed in this regard. He stated that prevention of crimes committed on social media websites will now be possible.
The 2018 Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) annual conference is scheduled for April 8 to 11 in Boao, Hainan Province. The forum will be themed "An Open and Innovative Asia for a World of Greater Prosperity."
— The Daily Mail - People's Daily