Toshakhana exposé: Dubai-based businessman reveals Farah Gogi traded Imran Khan’s costly gifts

LONDON/DUBAI: An expensive Graff wristwatch worth at least Rs2 billion, gifted by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman to former prime minister Imran Khan, was sold by Farah Gogi and Shahzad Akbar to Dubai-based businessman Umar Farooq Zahoor.

Zahoor, the Norwegian-Pakistani millionaire, claims he has evidence to prove he bought the rare watch and three other Toshakhana gifts from Farhat Shahzadi, also known as Farah Gogi, for 7.5 million Dirhams in cash.

The businessman appeared on a TV rogramme to show evidence of the purchase as well as all the Toshakhana gifts he owns now.

The businessman alleged that he was later on blackmailed and fake cases of money laundering were registered against him by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) at the behest of Shahzad Akbar after he refused to listen to the demands made by his former wife Sophia Mirza.

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