Money Laundering Case: 334 people were involved, JIT tells SC

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The Joint Investigation Team (JIT) formed by the Supreme Court to investigate the money laundering case revealed that 334 people were involved.

JIT told CJP Saqib Nisar led three member bench that 334 people were involved in the money laundering case. During the hearing, JIT informed Chief Justice of Pakistan about the case.

JIT submitted the first progress report in a sealed envelope. In addition, they told the court that they have uncovered 33 more people and 334 people were involved in the case.


Earlier, the Supreme Court instructed special court to refrain from issuing any order. The Supreme Court also ordered the special court to stop the unfreezing of Omni Group’s bank accounts. However, Supreme Court issued the directives under Article 184 to the special court.

Also Read: SC orders special court to not issue any order

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