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Citizen defrauded for Canddian visa approaches court

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LAHORE (Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017) A citizen has approached Sessions Court against alleged harassment by FIA and Rotary International’s District Governor Faiza Qamar in the case of fraud for issuing a Canadian visa.

Petitioner Muhammad Hasan has submitted in the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Fayaz Ahmed Butter that District Governor of Rotary International Faiza Qamar has minted Rs 5 lakh by luring to manage Canadian visa for him. The court has issued instructions not to harass the complainant and has sought reply from FIA. He submitted that previously he had filed a petition in the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Rifaqat Ali Gondal in which he had requested the court to direct Federal Investigative Agency to register a case against Ms Qamar for a fraudulent deal. He submitted before the court that Ms Qamar introduced herself as District Governor of Rotary International and an officer in the Foreign Office. He said that she offered him a Canadian visa as posing it was a minor matter for her and demanded Rs 1 million.

However, he gave Rs 2 lakh in advance to Faiza Qamar in presence of two witnesses Tahir and Shahzad Gul for preparation of documents. He submitted before the court that however, she took another three hundred thousand rupees from him. However, he submitted, when he demanded  his documents with visa, Ms Qamar started making pretexts and later on hurled serious threats. He prayed before the court that FIA and Faiza Qamar be restrained from threatening him and investigation into the matter may please be held in a transparent manner.

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