The Punjab govt has sent a legal notice to Shahid Masood after declaring his claims “false”

The Punjab government has sent a legal notice to TV anchor Dr. Shahid Masood for his “false, fabricated and misleading” claims that the prime suspect of Zainab murder case had 37 local and foreign currency accounts.

Malik Ahmed Khan, the spokesman of the Punjab government, said the State Bank of Pakistan has checked the local and foreign accounts of accused Imran Ali. “None of the accounts was found on his CNIC No,” he said.

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“It was an attempt to influence the investigation and put it on a different rack. The information shared by Dr. Shahid Masood has turned out to be totally false,” he added.

Dr. Shahid Masood, who hosts a TV show, claimed that Imran Ashraf was part of international child porn ring and that he was maintaining 37 local and foreign bank accounts.

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