UK millionaire Raheel Choudhary faces fraud probe

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Observer Report

London

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has confirmed that it is investigating claims of fraud allegedly committed by multimillionaire Pakistani Raheel Choudhary, who is suspected of exploiting the UK government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme. The HMRC is also looking at allegations that company fraud was committed by Choudhary, who is a Papa John’s franchisee, over several years without the knowledge of the franchise owner. The HMRC investigation comes after pizza chain Papa John’s said it was investigating serious allegations that taxpayer cash of around £250,000 was fraudulently claimed during the Eat Out to Help Out scheme by Papa John’s franchisee Raheel Choudhary, whose family also owns a Papa John’s outlet in Lahore, Pakistan.

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