By Sarmad Ali
Islamabad (Pakdestiny.com) ‘International anchor’ Kamran Khan is selling corruption stories on Dunya TV which he had already sold a couple of years ago on Geo TV. ‘What a shame for a journalist of this caliber.’
The self-claimed crusader of corruption, KK miserably failed to make an impact on his new destination (Dunya) after making millions of rupees in BOL Media group.
The KK tried to sell an alleged corruption story of former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and Makhdomm Amin Fahim in Trade Development Authority (TDA) scandal but he seems to have forgotten that this is an old story and he had done a number of ‘investigative’ programs when he was with GeoNews.
The poor KK seems to have run out of ‘investigative stuff’ because he cannot touch the ruling PML-N and PPP is no more ruling in the center.
KK was known to declare on daily basis during the PPP regime that the government was going to fall next morning. But that never happened and on every evening he had to face embarrassment.
Poor KK needs to do some hard work to make ‘halal’ the money he is taking from Mian Aamir Mahmood. Pakdestiny
See Reporting over this TDA Scandal Over a Year Ago
The Federal Anti-Corruption Court issued non-bailable arrest warrants of five accused including former prime minister Yusuf Raza Gilani and senior Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Makhdomm Amin Fahim in seven cases regarding Trade Development Authority (TDA) scandal.
The court ordered Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to produce all the accused before the court by June 17, 2014.
The FIA has declared Yousif Raza Gilani and Makhdomm Amin Fahim as fugitives in cases linked to Trade Development Authority scandal.
The FIA mentioned in its challan that Trade Development Authority’s former chairman Tariq Iqbalpuri, former director general (DG) Javed Anwar, Abdul Karim Daud and former project manager Mirchumal Khatri had already been arrested and recorded their statement while Gilani and Amin Fahim’s names were included in the light of these statements.
It is pertinent to mention here that anti-corruption court in Karachi also issued non-bailable arrest warrants for former PM Yousaf Raza Gilani, senior (PPP) leader Makhdoom Ameen Faheem and seven other accused on May 27, 2014.
Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) formed teams to pursue the arrest, Dunya News reported.
According to reports, several crore rupees were embezzled through front men in trade development scandal.
FIA authorities termed Yousaf Raza Gilani and former federal minister Makhdoom Ameen Faheem prime suspects. The final challan was submitted at accountability court following which the non-bailable arrest warrants were issued against the key PPP leaders.
FIA repeatedly summoned Gilani and Faheem to record statements several times but both failed to respond; following which, their names were added to the challan by FIA’s superior authorities. –