A woman got a life insurance of $ 1.5 million by making a fake death certificate in Pakistan

A surprising case has emerged in Pakistan. In fact, a woman got a life insurance of $ 1.5 million (about Rs 11 crore) from the company by making a fake death certificate. To do this he bribed the authorities.

The case was in 2011 when the woman bribed some local government officials including a doctor in Pakistan and got a death certificate issued in her name. The documents also mention that the woman is buried.
Using this certificate, his children claimed to have paid two life insurance payments of $ 1.5 million (about 23 crore Pakistani rupees), the official said.

After being declared dead, the woman named Kharbe traveled abroad at least 10 times from Karachi International Airport. Apparently he may have used forged documents to do so, but no airline was able to detect the fraud.

A woman got a life insurance of $ 1.5 million by making a fake death certificate in Pakistan
A woman got a life insurance of $ 1.5 million by making a fake death certificate in Pakistan

She visited some five countries, the official said, but each time she returned to Pakistan. He said that the American authorities alerted us to this woman and we started an investigation into this massive fraud.

The FIA ​​Human Trafficking Cell has now filed criminal cases against some local government officials, including the woman, her son and daughter, and a doctor.