KARACHI: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has launched an investigation into money laundering against Hareem Shah after the video went viral.
Controversial Tick Tucker’s video went viral on social networking sites yesterday in which she confessed to transferring large sums of money.
Now the FIA has taken notice of this video and decided to start money laundering investigation against Hareem Shah.
According to FIA Sindh spokesperson, Hareem Shah’s real name is Fiza Hussain, who traveled from Karachi International Airport to Qatar (Doha) on the night of January 10 and shared a video about money laundering.
The FIA decided to write a letter to the UK’s National Crime Agency seeking details of Hareem Shah’s visa, immigration and travel documents, which would also call for action against Tick toker.
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A spokesman for the FIA said that an investigation and action had been initiated against Hareem Shah under the Foreign Exchange Act, in which information was obtained from Pakistan Customs and Airport Security Force.
Officials say money laundering falls into the category of money laundering. Earlier, a video of Hareem Shah went viral on the internet, in which he said that he had arrived in London for the first time with a large sum of money. No one has stopped or can stop at Pakistan’s airport. Tuck Tucker said that the law in Pakistan is only for the poor.