Karachi welder turns out to be owner of Dubai properties

Published: November 14, 2018
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The welder said that neither does he have a passport nor has he ever fathomed visiting Dubai. PHOTO: EXPRESS

The welder said that neither does he have a passport nor has he ever fathomed visiting Dubai. PHOTO: EXPRESS

A man who works as a welder in Karachi has turned out to be the owner of properties in Dubai, Express News reported on Wednesday.

The man, who has been identified as Imran, works on Nishtar Road  on doors and nets in the port city.

Imran, resident of Ghanchi Para, was issued a notice by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).

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The welder said that neither does he have a passport nor has he ever fathomed visiting Dubai.

The FIA notice has ordered Imran to appear at its Karachi headquarters on November 20 in this regard.

On October 13, a labourer who had gone to open a bank account was shocked to find more than Rs70 million in a fake account in his name.

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The Sialkot resident had gone to a private bank to open an account when it was revealed to him that there was already an account opened in his name in Lahore.

There was over Rs70 million deposited in the said bank account from Karachi, Mingora and Swat. The bank had also confirmed that the account in his name.

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