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FIA recovers over Rs300m, arrests 6 for running hundi business

FIA recovers over Rs300m, arrests 6 for running hundi business

LAHORE: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has arrested six people for allegedly running hundi and hawala business and recovered over Rs300 million in foreign and Pakistani banknotes from them.

An FIA corporate crime circle team headed by Deputy Director Jamil Ahmed Khan Mayo conducted a raid on the Pracha Currency Exchange in Anarkali and arrested the suspects for running the illegal business.

Those arrested were identified as Nauman Sultan, Zahid Malik, Saghir, Ishtiaq, Qadeer Malik and Amin Khan. An amount of over Rs300m – including Rs140m in Pakistani banknotes, 5m Iranian riyals, 47,045 Qatari riyals, 69,020 Swiss francs, 14,550 Indian rupees and 1.3m US dollars – was recovered from the suspects. A case under section 4, 8, 23 FER Act, 109 PPC, 4 AML Act has been registered against the suspects.