Axact scandal: FIA seeks inquiry report against dismissed judge | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has requested an investigation from the High Court of Islamabad regarding the dismissed sessions of Judge of the Pervaise-ul-Kadir Memorial in the scandalous case of the fake Axact diploma.
According to sources, the FIA wrote a letter to the IHP registrar, referring to Memon's report and denomination.
The records were requested as a Memon, who was an additional district judge and judges,
The FIA requested details after the IHC registrar wrote to the agency to initiate a case against Memon.
Memon was released from service after confessing to receiving 5 million rupees for his decision to revoke Axact Shoaib Sheikh's CEO in the case of a fake degree.
The hearing on the case of counterfeit diplomacy was held on October 31, 2016, Sheikh
This issue came to the fore in May 2016, when [The New York Times] published an article in which he claimed that Axact sold fake diplomas online through hundreds of fictitious schools.
After this question surfaced, the company's offices were sealed, and its chief executive officer and other officials were arrested.
The Supreme Court, hearing a suo motu notice of the Axact scandal on February 9 this year, Islamabad and Sindh, the highest courts to initiate appeals against the acquittals of suspects for several weeks.