The ongoing money laundering case through fake bank accounts met one of its breakthrough as the Interpol apprehended one of the key accused Aslam Masood who had fled the country after his nomination in the case.
According to details, Aslam Masood, the chief financial officer of Omni Group and Companies was arrested by the help of Interpol as he was boarding a flight from London to Jeddah.
Masood is deemed as “mastermind” behind the plot of moving illegal money through fake accounts, according to the Federal Investigation Agency.
The investigation agency is hailing the development of Masood’s arrest — as a “breakthrough” in the case.
The Supreme Court had issued non-bailable arrest warrants for Masood, who was declared an absconder, in August.