A CCTV footage is going viral where a Pakistan bureaucrat is seen picking up a wallet of Kuwaiti delegate.The incident took place in a high-level delegation meeting in the hall at the Economic Affairs Division. According to Dawn, the Grade 20 officer stole the wallet of a member of the Kuwaiti delegation which visited the country to discuss investment plans in Pakistan.
This is such a matter of Shame for whole Pakistan. — The Impact of Social Media
The bureaucrat has been identified as Joint Investment and Facilitation Secretary Zarar Haider Khan by Samaa TV. The incident came to light after the Kuwaiti delegation launched an official complain that wallet of one of the member is missing. This humiliated act was caught on CCTV camera at the Finance Ministry. It quickly went viral on Reddit and Twitter.
Grade 20 GoP officer stealing a Kuwaiti official’s wallet – the official was part of a visiting delegation which had come to meet the PM pic.twitter.com/axODYL3SaZ
— omar r quraishi (@omar_quraishi) September 28, 2018
“An internal inquiry was in progress against the bureaucrat and the officer is suspended from the post for further inquiry. The investigation will be carried out by Establishment division.
Zarar Haider , Grade 20 officer, who stole Kuwaiti wallet; suspended. pic.twitter.com/91fxVMGtXy
— Ali Awan (@AliZiaAwan) September 30, 2018
Pakistan’s Investment & Facilitation Joint Secretary Zarar Haider Khan Arrested For Stealing Wallet Of Kuwaiti Delegate
— Gaurav Gupta (@gauravmsm) September 30, 2018
Pakistan doubled their GDP overnight. https://t.co/VrkT3Ce2TT
— Halwa-e-Hind (@e_halwa) September 30, 2018
This is the latest achievement of pakistan..would u believe that the this was an under secretary 😂🤣 equivalent to IAS officer in India 🤭🤭. If he can do it then think what their generals must be doing. Kuwaiti dignatary left with a bad taste in his mouth.# chor pakistani
— katsram (@katsram) September 30, 2018
Pakistani official caught stealing the wallet of a Kuwaiti delegate. Seems they still need more practice & skills to be number one in thieving. Terrorism still remains their top area of expertise.
— Paresh Rawal (@Babu_Bhaiyaa) September 30, 2018
That’s an example small people of a big country couldn’t find a excuse not to reply our FM in #UNGA so they decided to divert people’s mind with minor incidents. Stealing Kuwaiti Delegate’s wallet is a proof how our PM has tightened impugnment around bureaucrats that they’re 1/2 https://t.co/m7RpM2U7Hg
— Sehar Shinwari (@SeharShinwari) September 30, 2018
After stealing Kuwaiti delegate’s money
Afghan delegation visits Pakistan pic.twitter.com/7yxl9Z8ebT
— PIRDHAN_BALOCH (@PIRDHAN_BALOCH) September 29, 2018