The Supreme Court of Pakistan Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa said on Tuesday transactions through fake accounts is a crime and bank officials are involved in opening fake accounts.
The chief justice was hearing a case related to fake accounts submitted by a bank official.
The chief justice said, opening of fake accounts is not possible without the involvement of bank officials.
He said, accounts are not opened without a verification process.
The trial court had sentenced Anwar Ayub to three years in prison in a fake account case.
The accused opened the account with Rs100,000 and the amount turned into Rs 900,000.
The Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa said, a three-year sentence was quite less in the case.