Man behind judge’s video declared PO in fraud case

MULTAN: A local court on Wednesday declared Tariq Mahmood, the man accused of making video of Judge Arshad Ali, proclaimed offender for not appearing in a case of making forged documents of Rs500 million for a business deal.

The court also declared his son proclaimed offender.

Mahmood filed a suit with the court of senior civil judge against Malik Waqar Ahmed, a resident of Abdali Road, stating that he had been engaged in the business of electronic and real estate since more than 35 years and had family and business relations with the respondent who used to take money from him off and on according to his need.

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He stated that after the death of his father, the respondent was not happy over the division of inherited property and used to complain against his brother Malik Israr Ahmed.

He stated that in July 2015 he suffered brain haemorrhage and remained on bed for three to four months and after his recovery he worked out that Waqar Ahmed owed him Rs467.5 million. He said the respondent demanded more money and took Rs32.5 million on promise of returning the amount after getting inherited property from his brother.

He stated that the terms of conditions were set and an agreement in the presence of witnesses was written on Sept 23, 2015 according to which the respondent agreed to give his share of inherited property to the petitioner and if he breaks the agreement he will pay Rs500 million besides a fine of Rs20 million annually.

He stated after the respondent failed to get his share within 15 days, he moved court to get his share from his brother and the petitioner helped him. He stated that the respondent filed a case in court against his brothers and during the court proceedings an agreement between the both parties took place and the respondent withdrew from his case however he did not inform the petitioner about it.

He requested the court to issue direction to the respondent to pay his amount of Rs500 million besides the fine.

Meanwhile, Qaiser Sajid and Qaswar Sajid (brothers), the residents of Shah Rukn-e-Alam Colony, field a suit in court against Mahmood, Israr, his brother Waqar, Syed Raju Shah Gardezi and Rao Wasim Akhtar while stating that Mahmood arranged their meeting with Raju Shah, Qaisar and Qaswar who showed them a two-kanal commercial plot on Bosan Road.

He stated that Qaswar and his brother showed them a power of attorney while claiming that they are the owner of the land. He stated that they purchased the land at Rs450 million but it was revealed that they were not owner of the land and had fraudently sold it to them. They said an FIR was lodged against Mahmood and others. The court issued several notices to Mahmood and others and finally declared them proclaimed offenders..

 

MULTAN: A local court on Wednesday declared Tariq Mahmood, the man accused of making video of Judge Arshad Ali, proclaimed offender for not appearing in a case of making forged documents of Rs500 million for a business deal.

The court also declared his son proclaimed offender.

Mahmood filed a suit with the court of senior civil judge against Malik Waqar Ahmed, a resident of Abdali Road, stating that he had been engaged in the business of electronic and real estate since more than 35 years and had family and business relations with the respondent who used to take money from him off and on according to his need.

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He stated that after the death of his father, the respondent was not happy over the division of inherited property and used to complain against his brother Malik Israr Ahmed.

He stated that in July 2015 he suffered brain haemorrhage and remained on bed for three to four months and after his recovery he worked out that Waqar Ahmed owed him Rs467.5 million. He said the respondent demanded more money and took Rs32.5 million on promise of returning the amount after getting inherited property from his brother.

He stated that the terms of conditions were set and an agreement in the presence of witnesses was written on Sept 23, 2015 according to which the respondent agreed to give his share of inherited property to the petitioner and if he breaks the agreement he will pay Rs500 million besides a fine of Rs20 million annually.

He stated after the respondent failed to get his share within 15 days, he moved court to get his share from his brother and the petitioner helped him. He stated that the respondent filed a case in court against his brothers and during the court proceedings an agreement between the both parties took place and the respondent withdrew from his case however he did not inform the petitioner about it.

He requested the court to issue direction to the respondent to pay his amount of Rs500 million besides the fine.

Meanwhile, Qaiser Sajid and Qaswar Sajid (brothers), the residents of Shah Rukn-e-Alam Colony, field a suit in court against Mahmood, Israr, his brother Waqar, Syed Raju Shah Gardezi and Rao Wasim Akhtar while stating that Mahmood arranged their meeting with Raju Shah, Qaisar and Qaswar who showed them a two-kanal commercial plot on Bosan Road.

He stated that Qaswar and his brother showed them a power of attorney while claiming that they are the owner of the land. He stated that they purchased the land at Rs450 million but it was revealed that they were not owner of the land and had fraudently sold it to them. They said an FIR was lodged against Mahmood and others. The court issued several notices to Mahmood and others and finally declared them proclaimed offenders..

 

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