Lahore: (Friday, July 27, 2012) British immigration, that has been independently has been independently probing into the visa scandal issue, has dismissed the FIA investigation of the Olympic visa scandal.
According to details, the British Immigration Liaison Manager for Gulf, Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan has sent a formal reply in which he has dismissed the FIA probe findings into the matter.
The sources sharing this information further said that the reply submitted by British High Commission shows that the claim made by Pakistani authorities regarding Muhammad Ali Asad is not true.
Maintaining its point, the British Immigration Liaison Manager wrote that the real Muhammad Ali Asad is a reporter for ‘The Sun’ who travelled to Pakistan and gave the story regarding NADRA and the passport office.
He maintained that the Muhammad Ali Asad mentioned by FIA officials and who had a fake passport was given two year visa in 2002 which finished in 2004, but he is still in the UK.