ISLAMABAD (APP) - Pakistan Bait ul Mal (PBM) detected corruption matters of Rs. 8.6 million which were filed through fake medical cases. Zamurd Khan, Managing Director Pakistan Bait ul Mal addressing a press conference here on Wednesday said that PBM conducted an inquiry through Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) which unveiled that a dispenser of Holy Family Hospital Rawalpindi Muhammad Qammar submitted 12 fake cases worth Rs. 3.1 million on December 24, 2009. The investigation further unveiled 47 fake cases worth Rs. 83.16,400 of the same hospital during last two years and the culprits involved in the cases are accounts clerk, Shafqat Raheem and accounts officer, Ghulam Syedain Rizvi who prepared fake cash memo with the cooperation of medical store owners. The FIA investigation team found that Sardar Asif and Afser Khan are involved in this heinous crime who have registered companies with different names and did such kinds of frauds. MD PBM informed that First Information Report was registered against all the above mentioned accused besides owners of Bilal Drug Store, Suleman Chemist, Punjab Pharmacy and Saad Medical Store. The MD also asked Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif to cooperate with PBM in its endeavour to root out corruption as these cases were reported from one hospital of Punjab and there is possibility that more cases may be reported from other hospitals of the province. He thanked Director General FIA Zaffar Ullah for deputing an efficient team for investigation which completed the task in minimum time.