ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has claimed to just have tracked at least four bank accounts of the party used to accept money from abroad, which is a significant breakthrough in the illegal funding case against PTI.
According to a unanimous decision issued on August 2 by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), the PTI received illegal funding.The panel found evidence of money theft from the US, Canada, Australia, and the UAE.
The ECP judgement states that 351 corporations and 34 individuals contributed money to PTI.
In its decision, the commission noted that twelve previously unknown accounts had also surfaced and declared that the suppression of accounts constituted a “violation” of Article 17 of the Constitution.
Four personal and pay accounts formed in the names of PTI secretariat staff were found to be utilised for illegal funding. The FIA has begun an investigation against the PTI.
According to insider sources, these accounts are being blocked.
According to the agency, Muhammad Arshad, Tahir Iqbal, Muhammad Rafique, and Nauman Afzal’s bank accounts received money.