Bahria Town Chairman Malik Riaz said on Thursday that he did not commit any financial wrongdoing and neither had the NCA held him guilty for any crime.
The property tycoon was speaking to media while he was inaugurating a Bahria Town office in Peshawar. Riaz said that his children were overseas Pakistanis and British citizens. He said that only a settlement had been conducted on a civil matter.
“The NCA says we didn’t commit any crime. The money should be brought back to Pakistan and others like me should also bring their wealth into the country,” he said.
During the media talk he also spoke about Bahria Town’s settlement with the Supreme Court according to which the company was supposed to pay Rs460 billion for land that it occupies in the Malir District.