Man lodges FIR against ‘fraudster’


A resident of Sector G-11 has lodged a First Information Report (FIR) in the Ramna Police Station against an alleged fraudster who received half of the amount in a property deal but later not only refused to accept the remaining amount but also said the money he had received was gone in an investment.

According to the details as given in the FIR, Ijaz Hussain a resident of Sector G-11/3 and employed at the Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) entered into a purchase deal with Mian Ibrahim a resident of I-8/4 through a property dealers Jaffer Ali and Mohammad Ali against a flat (C-Type) located in the sector G-11/3 for an amount of Rs 15 million. According to the complainant, on Ibrahim’s request he paid Rs2 million to his wife Tayyiba Ibrahim while paying Rs6.5 million through a pay order dated Feb 23, 2022. It was decided that the remaining amount (Rs6.5 million) would be paid by March 15, 2022 at the time of the transfer of property.

However, according to the FIR, Ibrahim asked Ijaz Hussain in case he could not arrange the money in the next 15/20 days, he could give his car.

According to the FIR, Ijaz Hussain on the appointed day i.e. March 15, 2022 took his car to Ibrahim and asked him to keep it as its price was Rs6.5 million but Ibrahim refused to accept it.

Later, he kept visiting Ibrahim and called for either handing over the flat or returning his money. Ibrahim refused to do either of the two and now he has told him he had invested his money somewhere and the deal existed no longer.


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