Benazir’s wife and two daughters asked ACC for 15 days


Former Inspector General of Police (IGP) Benazir Ahmed’s wife Zishan Mirza and her two daughters have applied for 15 days to appear before the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) for questioning on charges of acquiring illegal wealth.

Benazir’s wife and two daughters were summoned to appear in court on Sunday (June 9). But in the morning, their lawyer appealed to the ACC for time. According to the sources of the ACC, the matter is known.

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A senior officer of the ACC related to the investigation told Jago News that Benazir’s wife Zishan Mirza and two daughters Farhin Rishta bint Benazir and Tahsin Raisa bint Benazir have asked for another 15 days to appear in the ACC through the lawyer.

The official, who did not wish to be named, said that further action will be taken as per the law.

On May 28, Benazir and his wife and children were summoned for questioning. In the notice sent by the ACC, Benazir and his wife and two daughters were asked to appear at the ACC headquarters on June 6 and give a statement on June 9.

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But on June 5, Benazir applied for 15 days to appear before the ACC through a lawyer. In view of the application, the commission sent him a letter to appear on June 23 giving 17 days time.

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