|Over Rs340m spent on Dr Arsalan to win favorable verdicts: Malik Riaz|
12 June 2012
ISLAMABAD: Malik Riaz statement submitted to the Supreme Court said that more than Rs 340 million were spent on Dr Arsalan Iftikhar's three foreign tours,
The statement added that Dr Arsalan claimed that he could settle the cases fought in his father's court in favour of Bahria Town but that not happened.
A two-member bench is hearing the Arsalan suo moto case.
Real estate tycoon, arrived at the SC building today to appear before the court for the first time since the matter flared up earlier this month.
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