Musharraf has Rs eight crore, farmhouse: Report
Islamabad: Pakistan`s former military
ruler Pervez Musharraf has over Rs 8 crore in banks and a
farmhouse here, authorities have informed a court which had
declared the ex-president a proclaimed offender.
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) informed an
anti-terrorism court that Musharraf, who was declared a
proclaimed offender in the assassination case of former
premier Benazir Bhutto, has over Rs 8 crore (Rs 80 million) in
various bank accounts and owns a farmhouse, the Express
Tribune reported on Sunday.
The five-acre farmhouse of Musharraf is in Chak
Shahzad, the report said.
Earlier this year, the trial court had declared the
former Pakistani strongman a proclaimed offender as he refused
to appear before the court after it issued an arrest warrant
against him in the controversial assassination of Bhutto on
December 27, 2007.
The report said Musharraf has 15 banks accounts,
details of which were provided by the State Bank of Pakistan.
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