NAB to hold inquiries against Kh. Asif, Capt Safdar and Babar Ghouri.

Islamabad(Daily P.Times): National Accountability Bureau (NAB) thumbed up to inquire into the corruption against many big wigs besides others like former foreign minister Khawaj Asif, Captain (Retd) Safdar and former federal minister Babar Ghaouri.
Sources said that a meeting of “Executive Board” of national accountability Bureau (NAB) was held in NAB headquarters Islamabad. Chairman National Accountability Bureau justice (retd) Javed Iqbal chaired the meeting.
The Board has approved to investigate the money laundering charge against Kh. Asif for Rs. 3668.671 million while Captain Safdar for allegedly involved in remitting Rs. 9 billion to PWD in NA 121 and Babar Ghouri for allegedly making illegal appointments that caused Rs. 2.8 billion losses to the national exchequer.
NAB has clarified that allegations warrant holding inquiries against the persons allegedly involved in corruption and added that accusations may not be regarded a final charge sheet whatsoever.
NAB further clarified that after complete investigation NAB will declare them guilty or innocent. NAB will send for them, ask them questions in accordance with the law and then it will proceed further accordingly.
The accused are allegedly involved in misuse of powers.
Executive Board of NAB has also endorsed to file references against Sikanadr Aziz and others. They accused are involved in misuse of powers and allegedly involved in occupying cantonment board Peshawar land on fake documents.
The Executive Board also approved inquiries against many officials of different provinces and departments including National Highway Authority officials, the administration of Mrs. Sahil Private Limited, former provincial minister for water Zafar Ali Laghari, Special Assistant of Chief Minister Sindh Bhalaj Mull, Abdul Hamkeem Baluch former MNA from MAlir Karachi and many others.
NAB chairman reiterated that NAB is committed to root out corruption from the society and recover the looted money from the culprits.
He added that we will continue our struggle to make Pakistan free of corruption.

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