According to the details, the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has detected another bank account which was involved in the transections of Rs 37 crores in three years.
According to the officials of FBR, the bank account is on the name Mohammad Ibrahim who is the resident of Nusrat Bhutto Colony in Karachi.
However, the suspect has provided the wrong address.
On April 11, the Federal Board of Revenue had traced the transection of more than 8 billion rupees made through six ‘benami’ bank accounts in Karachi. However, the board has filed cases against four traders.
Earlier, the Supreme Court of Pakistan was told that the nationals of Pakistan own more than $150 billion worth of assets and money in the bank accounts opened in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
During the hearing of the case, the Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Asif Saeed Khosa had expressed displeasure over the continuous smuggling of money and hundi-hawala.