Money Laundering Case: SC orders special court to not issue any order

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Supreme Court ordered the special court to not issue any order in the money laundering case.

In the Rs41 billion money laundering case, the Supreme Court instructed special court to refrain from issuing any order. The three member bench led by Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar heard the fake accounts case today.

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.


According to FIA money laundering case probe, Rs 41 billion were laundered through different fake accounts. However, FIA officials found 15 more suspicious bank accounts in which four confirmed as fake. According to sources, total of Rs 6 billion were laundered through four fake bank accounts.

FIA later requested Supreme Court to create JIT to probe the money laundering case. However, FIA made the request during the hearing before the bench headed by CJP Saqib Nisar.

Also Read: Rs 41bn laundered via fake accounts, FIA

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