NAB Rawalpindi caught a fake housing schemes scandal of an actor of the Pakistani film industry.
NAB Rawalpindi has tightened its grip on those who commit fraud through housing societies. Anti-counterfeiting operations in the name of housing schemes are underway.
NAB Rawalpindi has achieved great success in its cracking down on fake housing societies. Film star Lucky Ali has returned Rs 1.95 billion by bargaining.
Film star Lucky Ali admitted to cheating the public and pleaded with NAB. This is being called the biggest recovery of NAB Rawalpindi so far.
According to the National Accountability Bureau, Lucky Ali has robbed 9,000 people in the name of 11 fake housing schemes. Not a single Lucky Ali housing society is registered in the records of Rawalpindi Development Authority. The film star continued to collect money by deceiving the people by advertising housing societies under different names with the faces of well known personalities to gain trust of the public. According to NAB officials, the money recovered from Lucky Ali will be returned to the victims.
It should be noted that 65-year-old actress Anjuman alias Mian Wasim was married to Lucky Ali some time ago which lasted only a few months. Actress Anjuman’s first husband Mobin Malik was killed in 2013. After which Lucky Ali and Anjuman got married in June last year while Anjuman was given a dowry of Rs. 20 million, Honda car, two kanal house, 20 plots in Housing Society of Islamabad Were given