Pro-PTI anchor Dr Shahid Masood being facilitated in big fraud case

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By Raza Ruman

There seems to be two laws in the New Pakiatan of Imran Khan. Controversial anchor Dr Shahid Masood who is wanted in Rs37m fraud and embezzlement case is not being arrested despite the court rejected his pre-arrest bail plea. Is not it a big shame for PTI government to allow Pro-PTI anchor to file a plea on Saturday challenging in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) the special judge central’s judgement of dismissing his pre-arrest bail plea in a corruption case.

Masood managed to flee from the sessions court after his plea rejected thanks to the artitects of the new Pakistan.
Earlier, the pre-arrest bail of Mr Masood was rejected by Judge Kamran Basharat Mufti on Thursday. However, when the judge announced his decision the anchor had left the court premises.

While the FIA is making efforts for Mr Masood’s arrest, his counsel filed the petition before the IHC seeking his pre-arrest bail in the case related to alleged embezzlement in Pakistan Television during his stint as the state-run PTV’s managing director and chairman.

Dr Shahid Masood is allegedly involved in embezzlement of Rs37 million while acquiring the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) media rights in 2008 for which an agreement was signed with a fake company, namely M/S ISS.
Investigators in the case claimed that the amount had been released and it caused a loss of millions of dollars to PTV as the state-run television had failed to acquire the PCB’s media rights from 2008 to 2013.

According to the prosecution, Dr Masood had allegedly signed an agreement with a fake company to negotiate with the PCB for grant of rights to PTV for coverage of matches played in Pakistan. It said that because of the agreement PTV had to face heavy financial losses.

In the petition, Mr Masood pointed out that he was not nominated in the First Information Report registered in this case.

He claimed that if he was arrested he would suffer an irreparable loss to his repute and health and requested the court to grant him bail till adjudication of the complaint filed against him by the FIA before the special judge central.
Let’s see if government moves to arrest this fraudster anchor. Pak Destiny


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