Pakistani High Commissioner in Britain Wajid Shamsul Hasan headed a secret operation in Geneva and received at least 12 cartons comprising the original documents and evidences against some Pakistani high-ups in Swiss money laundering case, Geo News reported Tuesday.

According to Geo News correspondent, the Prosecutor General of Pakistan in Geneva deposited these cartons in the era of former President Pervez Musharraf.

The sources said the secret operation was carried out at the bidding of a top personality of Pakistan, as these evidences could be used if Swiss Money Laundering case is reopened after the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) terms comes to an end.

The sources at Pakistan embassy said if the concerned officials or the courts do not interfere by taking the evidences back from Wajid, then these documents would be wasted for good.

The secret operation begins at 9am on Monday when Wajid arrived in Pak High Commission’s car along with NAB’s senior official Danishwar Malik at the office of Prosecutor General in Geneva.

According to sources, the Prosecutor General kept refusing to give the documents for some hours, as nobody from Pakistan embassy was formally receiving them.

It should be mentioned here that after the NRO, these cases were closed. However now that the term of NRO is over, it was all the more likely that these cases could be re-opened and these evidences could be employed against Pakistan’s high personality.

Geo News team secretly filmed the whole episode from an undisclosed location after receiving tip-off from reliable sources.

The sources in Geneva told Geo News that Wajid Shamsul Hasan is arriving in Geneva from London, so that these documents could be destroyed or shifted to some safer place.

The Pak embassy in Geneva was kept aloof from the operation.

Geo News correspondent Javed Kanwal approached Wajid and Danishwar, as both of them appeared from the office. Both of them looked perturbed at the presence of Geo News reporter there.

When approached for comment, Presidential spokesman Farhatullah Babar said he is absolutely unaware of any such operation; however, he would assert a portion of media is victimizing President Asif Ali Zardari with its heinous campaign.

The high-ups in Interior Ministry also said they are not abreast of any such report, adding the matter relates the NAB and Law Ministry.

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