FIA recovers fake visa stickers, residency cards, passports from Lala Musa
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Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Tuesday recovered fake visa stickers and 600 residency cards of 27 countries from Lala Musa, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
FIA recovered fake passports of the UK, Canada, Italy, France, Spain and Pakistan.
According to FIA, accused Shabbir Ahmed Razi Shah and other including Tayyab works for arranging fake visas.
Inspector Usman Basra said that 8000 fake visa stickers have been recovered from the possession of the accused.
The accused used to apply for visas all over the world including Pakistan through fake visas.
The FIA also recovered the passports of the accused from several countries and also recovered four asylum papers of Italy.
The counterfeit immigration stamps of Europe, Turkey, Dubai and Pakistan have also been recovered from the accused.
FIA also recovered the visa software CDs recovered of 12 foreign embassies from the accused.
Usman Basra said that a large quantity of special chemicals and visa documents have also been recovered.
As per FIA, the accused have been involved in illegal visa smuggling for the last 20 years.
According to FIA sources, accused Tayyab Butt and his wife Sameera used to deliver fake visa and passport.
Reporter: Zulfiqar Ahmad