The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Cyber Crime Sindh has taken notice of making money laundering video against talk star Hareem Shah and then denying it.
Yesterday, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had taken notice of a video of Hareem Shah in which Hareem Shah was saying that he had transferred a huge amount of money from Pakistan to London but no one told him anything.
The FIA took note of Hareem Shah’s video and decided to investigate money laundering against him. After the FIA’s decision, Hareem Shah abruptly retracted his statement and said that he had not committed any money laundering but had made the video in a “joke”.
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The FIA Cyber Crime Sindh took another notice against Tuck Tucker after Hareem Shah confessed to money laundering and later retracted his statement.
FIA Cyber Crime Sindh chief Imran Riaz has taken notice of Hareem Shah’s confession of money laundering and later denying it, calling it an “entertainment video”.
Imran Riaz said that this is an act of using cyberspace to ridicule, disrupt and defame the government of Pakistan as well as state institutions. And it falls into the category of money laundering in cyberspace.
He said that an inquiry has been registered against Hareem Shah in Cyber Crime Reporting Center Karachi. And to clarify the position of Hareem Shah, a formal notice is being issued to him.
It should be noted that in the video that went viral on the internet, Hareem Shah had said that she had reached London for the first time with a huge amount of money and no one could stop her at the airport of Pakistan. Tuck Tucker said that the law in Pakistan is only for the poor.