Shahid Afridi & 10 others Booked in Housing Scheme Fraud

Former Pakistan cricket captain Shahid Afridi has been accused of housing scheme fraud along with 10 others.

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the suspects engaged in document forgery

Former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi and 10 others have been accused of involvement in a fraud case.

The case is related to alleged fraud in a housing society project. The FIR has been officially filed against him and others.

This legal action took place at the Rawat Police Station in Islamabad, with the charges falling under section 420 of the Pakistan Penal Code.

The complainant, Abid Bin Abdul Qudoos, brought forth the allegations.

As per the details outlined in the FIR, a comprehensive list of additional suspects is given.

Alongside Shahid Afridi, individuals such as Sheikh Fawad Bashir, Shehzad Kayani, Umar Bashir, Farooq Bashir, Kashif, Usman and more, are accused.

The FIR reveals the collective involvement of these named individuals in the alleged wrongdoing associated with the housing society project.

Everything was detailed by the complainant Abid Bin Abdul Qudoos, whose grievances have triggered legal action.

The victim asserted that the individuals accused in the case, who own the construction company, encouraged him.

It was because of them that Abid purchased two shops located on the mezzanine floor within the AAA Business Centre project.

The alleged fraud occurred through an advertisement prominently featuring Shahid Afridi.

As he is a well-known personality, this added a layer of influence to the alleged misrepresentation.

According to the information disclosed in the FIR, the victim acquired the properties by paying a total sum of PKR 9.5 million (£26,000).

Specifically, he completed the full payment for the first store, amounting to PKR 5.5 million (£15,500).

He paid PKR 4 million (£11,000) for the second shop.

Additionally, the victim claimed the suspects engaged in document forgery as part of their scheme to obtain money fraudulently.

Furthermore, the stamp papers provided to him were allegedly issued with altered dates.

He further accused the suspects of selling his property files to different people.

He also claimed that they forged Sheikh Fawad’s signature, who is the owner of the property.

Viewers have had mixed reactions to this. Shahid Afridi’s fans appear to be disappointed in him.

One of them said: “In the end, all celebrities want is money.”

Another wrote: “Afridi is very untrustworthy. He ruins whatever he lays his hands on.”

One commented: “I always knew he was also a crook.”

Shahid Afridi has yet to address the accusations directed at him.



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