A federal grand jury is investigating a double-murder in Pakistan that authorities say may have been ordered by a New York City cab driver angry after his daughter escaped her arranged marriage, The Post has learned.

Mohammad Ajmal Choudhry, 60, was arrested last month in Brooklyn and charged with visa fraud.

But US federal agents now are scrutinizing claims that he arranged the recent execution-style murder of two people in Pakistan's Punjab province after his daughter refused to return to the marriage, officials disclosed yesterday.

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