Khars in trouble: Hina Rabbani and family booked for forgery

Brother of former foreign minister alleges that she illegally transferred family property


Owais Qarni April 24, 2018
PHOTO: REUTERS

MULTAN: Former foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar has been booked in a forgery case filed by her step brother Malik Abdul Khaliq Rabbani Khar.

Besides Hina, 25 others have also been charged with fraud including her father Noor Rabbani Khar, mother Sumaira Abdullah, brother Malik Raza Rabbani and four sisters.

The Khar clan has been booked under sections 420,467,469,468,471 PPC and 5-2/47 of ACE by Anti-Corruption Establishment, Muzaffargarh.

Khaliq, the complainant, alleged that the Khars had transferred family property for which a complaint had already been filed at the anti-corruption directorate. After an initial investigation, a fraud case was registered against the accused.

 

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Furthermore, the complainant alleged that Noor Rabbani Khar had separated from his mother Zaibun Nisa, and after marrying Sumaira Abdullah transferred 1,535 kanal land to his new family using political influence.

A post-graduate in hospitality and tourism from the University of Massachusetts, Hina was appointed as Pakistan’s youngest and first female foreign minister during the PPP-led government that ran from 2008 to 2013.

 

COMMENTS (1)

BrainBro | 3 years ago | Reply Zameeno ka jaghra. Typical feudal nonsense.
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