Allow me to begin with a statement of regret. In case you’re actually bustling retaining the full size of the sheer idiocy that went into the creation of the Broadsheet outrage, I have all the more awful news for you. The Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan just as the Scribe Hotel in Paris, both famous milestones in their particular urban areas and valued resources of the public aircraft, have been seized (or ‘charged’ in legitimate language) by a court request in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) as settlement of the obligation to the Tethyan Copper Company (TCC) to whom Pakistan lost a global discretion case subsequent to dropping the agreement that granted them the Reko Diq gold and copper mines.
Here is the thing that the BVI court said. “The accompanying property in the Territory be temporarily charged … to make sure about the amount of $3,114,339,607.50 in particular a) 100% of the offers in the capital of PIA Investments Limited BVI Company … b) 100% of the offers in the capital of PIA Hotels Limited … c) 40% of the offers in the capital of Minhal Incorporated… .”