The BOL News office in Karachi is raided by a customs intelligence team.

In accordance with court orders, the Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigation Karachi conducted a raid at the BOL News headquarters on Monday.

A list of inventory goods was made during the operation by the directorate team and BOL News officials, who included DSNGs, studio equipment, cameras, camera control units, monitors, and other imported equipment on the premises.

A district and sessions judge issued a search warrant, which was followed by the raid. Sources with knowledge of the situation claim that the court’s decision to issue the injunction was motivated by fears that the BOL News headquarters included non-custom paid media equipment.

Customs agents were given instructions to thoroughly inspect every room and area of the building after executing the search warrant. They were also told to make a list of any non-custom-paid items they found. Additionally, they were instructed to legally retain any such devices. In accordance with the court order, the officials recorded videos and took images of the tools during the search.

Sources claim that the authorities will seize any equipment found to be in violation of the law and evaluate its market value and duty. Shoaib Ahmed Shaikh, the CEO of Axact and BOL TV, was detained by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) last week at the Islamabad airport on suspicion of buying a former sessions judge’s decision in the bogus degree case.

The CEO of BOL TV is accused of buying a favorable ruling in the Axact phony degree case from Additional District and Sessions Judge (ADSJ) Pervez-ul-Qadir Memon.

The Axact CEO was previously detained by the FIA in 2015 after agents discovered hundreds of thousands of fake diplomas and student ID cards coming from a hidden office of the business in Karachi.

There were stacks of degree templates from various universities in the rooms of the property, as seen in a television video from the FIA raid on the Axact offices in Karachi in 2015.

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