NAB issues inquiry warrants against PML-N leaders including Agha Siraj Durrani, Rana Sanaullah Khan, and Anwarul Haq

Another inquiry was authorized on accounts of moving PKR 1.1 trillion from Pakistan to UAE (Dubai) without any declaration to the FBR.

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Just yesterday, the executive board of NAB (National Accountability Bureau) issued new inquiry warrants against Shahbaz Sharif (President of PML-N and National Assembly’s opposition leader) as he’s been accused of supposedly illegally allocating Punjab Development Authority’s land.
An inquiry against Nisar Khuro (PPP’s Senior Leader) was also approved by the executive board of NAB. Other than that, various investigation warrants were issued against others, including Agha Siraj Durrani (Assembly Speaker of Sindh), Rana Sanaullah Khan (Senior Leader PML-N), Anwarul Haq (senator), M. Aslam Islam (former Punjab MNA), Balighur Rehman (former Federal Minister), and more.
The executive board presided by Retd. Justice Javed Iqbal also approved for filing about six references against corruption, three inquiries, and around 15 investigations opposed to politicians, bureaucrats, and public officials.
Another inquiry was authorized on accounts of moving PKR 1.1 trillion from Pakistan to UAE (Dubai) without any declaration to the FBR (Federal Board of Revenue) for additional action according to the law.
Apart from that, the committee of National Accountability Bureau opened an investigation against Farzana Raja, former chairman Benazir Income Support Program, for awarding a number of advertising contracts illegally to various advertising firms and violating the rules of PPRA, which caused a hefty loss to the national treasury (approx. PKR 1.5 billion).
As reported by NAB officials, the assets of Rana Sanaullah Khan (PML-N leader) would be investigated as well. As stated by the officials, a number of transparent investigations would take place in coming days against politicians, public office workers as well as bureaucrats.


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