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Malik Riaz’s family hits the headlines as pictures of their 2023 Range Rover trend online

Luxury car imports in Pakistan continue despite the struggling economy, which is concerning for the country’s citizens. It is widely acknowledged that Pakistan has a stark contrast between the legal treatment of the wealthy and the poor, leading to a preference among educated Pakistanis to leave the country.

Malik Riaz's family hits the headlines as pictures of their 2023 Range Rover trend online

As per a recent report, a video of the newly arrived 2023 Range Rover at the dock has rapidly circulated on social media. It’s been reported that the ultra-luxurious SUV was imported by the grandchildren of Malik Riaz, a renowned billionaire entrepreneur in Pakistan.

Bahria Town Housing Societies’ proprietor, Malik Riaz, is widely recognized for his exceptional car collection, and his grandchildren appear to have inherited his affinity for luxury automobiles. They have purportedly brought Pakistan’s first new Range Rover. Moreover, Riaz is reputedly a close confidant of former President Asif Zardari.

Although the viral video doesn’t specify the SUV’s particular model, it mentions that the opulent Range Rover is a competitor of elite luxury SUVs such as Mercedes GLS, BMW X7, and Cadillac Escalade, among others. The starting price for this luxury Range Rover is Rs. 32 million, exclusive of import taxes.

Malik Riaz's family hits the headlines as pictures of their 2023 Range Rover trend online

Following the spread of these photos, disadvantaged individuals once again raised concerns about the Pakistani government’s priorities, as it appears that the country’s wealthy are exempt from import limitations. Meanwhile, a video recently surfaced of Usman Mirza showering his pregnant wife, Uzma Malik, with cash during a Qawwali function. The extent of this family’s wealth is unknown, and they may perceive themselves as Pakistan’s version of the affluent Mukesh Ambani family.

Are you also fed up with the two separate laws of rich and poor in Pakistan? If so, please let us know your valuable opinion. Thanks!

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