RAWALPINDI: Police have applied to a sessions court for the confiscation of properties belonging to an ex-army officer known for his anti-establishment vlogs and social media remarks.
Adil Raja, an ex-army officer, traveled to the United Kingdom last year after Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) administration was deposed in a no-confidence vote in parliament.
He is an admirer of former Prime Minister Imran Khan on Twitter.
The ex-army general has also been harshly critical of the new government and the military establishment, accusing them of plotting to depose Mr. Khan.
Adil Raja was named in a case filed by Rawalpindi’s Banni police under Section 406 of the Pakistan Penal Code (criminal breach of trust).
The police claimed that he was ‘hiding’ someplace on purpose to evade legal action and asked the sessions court to order the attachment of his property.
According to the police report, Adil Raja owns a 10-marla residential site in Phase-8, Bahria Town; a five-marla business plot in business Squire, Bahria Town; an apartment in Askari-4, and two Toyota Hilux Revo and Vigo automobiles.