Monday, 12 January, 2009

Man posing as Pakistani IB official for 20 years caught

January 12, 2008
KARACHI: The Intelligence Bureau (IB)in Pakistan has arrested a man involved in cheating the administration of the University of Karachi (KU) and various governmental departments, claiming to be an IB official, Daily Times learnt on Saturday.

According to sources, Sultan, 67, used to interfere in various matters of KU and had excellent relations with all the high-ups of the university since more than 20 years.

His arrest was made from Islamabad by IB and he was handed to the Mobina Town Police of Gulshan Town on Friday where an FIR for fraud was registered against him on the complaint of the state.

“He has been sent to jail on the directives of the court,” SHO Shabbir Hussain told Daily Times. The SHO also confirmed the news. Interestingly, Sultan’s game came to an end when he told a KU official

“You have not been given the position that you wanted because you are not respecting me,” on which the official wrote a letter to the editor of a local newspaper and mentioned the remarks.

Sources in KU pointed out that IB took notice of the letter and the following investigation revealed that Sultan was not an employee of the IB and he was just playing with the entire KU administration.

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