Unidentified armed men looted around Rs. 60 million from a member of the Qatari royal family while he was on a hunting expedition in Pakistan's southwestern Balochistan province on Thursday, TV news channels reported.
The armed men stopped the Qatari leader's car in Turbat area and took away the cash.
Pakistan's Dawn News channel identified the Qatari royal as Sheikh Ali bin Abdullah Thani Al-Thani though his identity could not be independently confirmed.
The local administration in Turbat has initiated an investigation, though no arrests have been made so far.
Pakistani authorities issue special permits to members of the royal families of Gulf states every year to hunt protected animals like the houbara bustard.