Farah Gogi Likely To Become Approver Against Khan, Bushra Bibi

Farah Gogi Likely To Become Approver Against Khan, Bushra Bibi
Farah Gogi, a close friend and confidante of former first lady Bushra Bibi, is most likely to become an approver against her friend and former prime minister Imran Khan, Geo News reported, citing sources.

According to sources, Farah has been in contact with Pakistani police for about a month and is already cooperating with them. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leadership has continuously urged her and her husband, Ahsan Jameel Gujjar, not to cooperate with the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and other judicial bodies.

According to the source, Farah has already communicated important information to the Pakistani authorities, and a working connection has already been established.

The sources stated that Farah was requested to leave the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the first week of May after the Pakistani government informed the Gulf state that she was a wanted person and had engaged in corrupt activities while living in Dubai.

As per sources, Farah has been "blacklisted," which implies that she cannot enter the UAE for any legal reasons due to the charges against her. Farah didn't begin communicating with Pakistani officials until she was in Italy, and since then, there has been a lot of progress.

Farah left Pakistan a day after Imran Khan's government was dissolved after the success of a vote of no confidence (VoNC), becoming the first high-profile figure to flee the country as speculations had already grown that she would be arrested and grilled about her role in her dealings with Bushra Bibi as well as her direct role in running government affairs.

She reached Dubai from Pakistan, then visited the US and returned to Dubai. She was using the UAE as her base until the Pakistani government asked the authorities to take action, as Pakistan and the UAE have an extradition treaty as well.

The source who shared details said that Farah left for Italy and was in the European country until a few days ago. When the news started circulating that Pakistan may ask Interpol to extradite Farah to Pakistan, a call was made from Zaman Park to a lawyer in the UK to assist in her case.

In May, the FIA sent a formal request to Interpol requesting Farah's arrest and a red warrant, noting instances where officials were appointed illegally for the purpose of money laundering and political influence. According to FIA authorities, Farhat Shahzadi has already been labeled a fugitive in the money laundering case by the court.

Farah is missing in another country, according to FIA authorities, and there is solid proof that he has been involved in money laundering.

Investigators in Pakistan are of the opinion that Farah helped Imran Khan and Bushra sell the Graff watch collection that the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman had given to the nation of Pakistan and sold it for $2 million to businessman Umar Farooq Zahoor, who lives in Dubai.

According to Pakistani investigators, Bushra was involved in the majority of the postings and transfers in Punjab during the then-chief minister Usman Buzdar's tenure, making billions of dollars in unjust gains.