Wednesday, May 20, 2015
US State Department Denied Affiliation with Axact Software House
US State department categorically denied any affiliation with Axact Software House, to allow it to issue degrees in the name of US universities. Sources revealed that State department of US had not signed any agreement regarding authentication of certificates bearing signatures of John Kerry, secretary of state of United States. State department had uploaded information to their websites regarding the documents they claimed along with the awareness tips. State department expressed satisfaction regarding the action taken against Axact by the federal Investigation agency (FIA) of Pakistan. US State department also wanted investigation to be carried out in a transparent way and all the accused must be brought to the justice. State department has also started investigation into the fake degree scam on their own behalf which was leaked by "New York Times". State department said it was illegal and unconstitutional to use John Kerry's fake signatures in the authentication of degrees, if offence was proved then action will be taken against Axact. On other hand the owner and CEO of Axact Shoib Sheikh said all the allegations against the company are baseless and New York Times' accusations are manipulative and issued to defame company's name and he will face the proceedings of the case to clear himself.