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False money laundering charge against Mansha costs ARY £275,000

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ARY Network Limited has agreed to pay £275, 000 to Nishat Group Chairman Mian Mohammad Mansha in damages after the news channel levelled false allegations of money laundering against the leading Pakistani businessman in 2015. According to a public notice issued by UK-based law firm Carter-Ruck, any false allegations […]

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