ISLAMABAD – leader Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar on Thursday has ordered top Minister (PM) Imran Khan’s sister Aleema Khan to post Rs29.Four million in overseas property case.

A 3-judge bench headed with the aid of the chief justice heard the suo motu case associated with properties of Pakistanis in foreign states. Aleema Khan and her attorney Salman Akram Raja seemed before the courtroom.

for the duration of the hearing, CJP ordered Aleema Khan to deposit Rs29.Four million in taxes and best in any other case her belongings may be seized.

in advance on December 6, CJP had expressed resentment over tax officers for no longer submitting their respond inside the court. He additionally had threatened to trouble display purpose word to the officers in the event that they fail to post their stance in three days.

formerly, Federal Board of revenue (FBR) had submitted houses and ‎tax info of Aleema Khan in SC Lahore ‎registry. ‎
FBR legitimate stated that ‎Aleema Khan had not taken amnesty on her Dubai flat as it changed into bought by using taking loan from the financial institution. The condo turned into bought after paying off the loan, he added.‎

in advance, SC took note of Aleema’s abroad assets and issued notices to Director standard (DG) ‎Federal research business enterprise (FIA) and Chairman Federal Board of revenue (FBR) along side other ‎events.‎

Federal Minister for Finance Asad Umar had also claimed to have traced 4000 unlawful properties of ‎Pakistanis in Dubai.‎

He revealed that the authorities have additionally detected 95000 financial institution money owed of Pakistanis in 27 special ‎countries.‎

Waqar Ahmed Khan’s arrest

all through the listening to, the top judge also ordered to arrest former Federal Minister and well-known businessman Senator Waqar Ahmed Khan and to register a case towards him.

As there had been information that he is amongst 30 politicians and almost three hundred Pakistanis who personal homes in Dubai and that his call has been wrongfully misunderstood with a certain “Waqar Ahmad”.