An anti-corruption court in Karachi has given arrest orders of Malik Riaz.
The anti-corruption court has ordered for the arrest of the property tycoon Malik Riaz after his pre-arrest bail request was dismissed.
Judge Nisar Ahmed Khan of the anti-corruption court was hearing the case against the owner of Bahria Town. The court had earlier given summon orders, but the counselor of Malik Riaz had been making excuses on his behalf since the last 2 hearings.
On Wednesday the court resumed, the judge expressed disappointment owing to the non-compliance of the orders of court. The court annulled the bail plea of Malik Riaz and directed for his immediate arrest.
It should be mentioned here that the real estate tycoon is on bail in cases regarding the unlawful acquiring of the government land for Bahria Town.
Bahria Town is a Rawalpindi based privately owned real-estate development firms which owns, manages and develops properties throughout Pakistan.
It was established in the late-1990s and founded its first gated community in the southern Rawalpindi on the Grand Trunk Road which by mid-2000s had extended into 9 phases divided into 2 compounds.
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