WEB DESK: The Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf submited a resolution in the Punjab Assembly against Axact, Aaj News reported.
In Lahore, Mehmood-ur-Rasheed, of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf submitted a resolution in the Punjab Assembly today.
Rasheed said that the scandal of bogus degrees affected the image of Pakistan worldwide. He also raised a question on the credibility of intelligence agencies as to why they did not take any action for ten long years.
Jammat-e-Islami’s members also demanded strict action against the company.
The Federal Investigation Agency from the cyber crime wing raided the Karachi and Rawalpindi offices of software company Axact on Tuesday, Aaj News reported.
The team was led by top police officer Shahid Hayat Khan, director FIA along with six other officials.
The team arreseted several employees from the Karachi and Rawalpindi offices. The FIA has asked details of all employees from both offices.
At the Rawalpindi office computer servers have been confiscated.
The FIA has also asked for the name of the company which designed the software house’s website.
The raid took place to investigate an alleged fake degree scam that the New York Times reported. The company was alleged of reaping millions of dollars by providing bogus degree.
Axact has rejected all allegations of the NYT report, calling it fake and an attempt at defamation.