Govt has evidence against Axact

ISLAMABAD - The federal government on Saturday decided to broaden investigations in Axact scam by saying that FIA would contact US’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Interpol for assistance in connection with the alleged fake degree sale scandal."As some facts have come before us ...

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