Senior PPP leader Syed Khursheed Shah under NAB’s radar

Details about the property owned by his step-daughters, Bibi Shumalia Shah, and Umeema Naz, and step-sons, Syed Awais Qadir, and Syed Junaid Qadir Shah was also requested.

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To attain trusted information regarding the assets and properties from Finance Department Sindh and district administration of Daddu, NAB (National Accountability Bureau) has tightened the noose around Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, senior PPP leader, and a few other seniors.

All information regarding the property of Syed Khursheed Shah and his family, which comprises of his two wives and sons, till September 2nd, 2019 has been attained by NAB. As per revealed information, a letter has been written to the Finance Department Sindh and Daddu’s Deputy Commissioner by NAB Sukkhar on August 27th of the ongoing year.

They have been asked to hand over records of the property owned by Syed Khursheed, PPP MNA, and others in a case of money laundering.

The letter written by NAB’s investigation team asked to provide details about the properties and assets owned by Khursheed, his two wives BibiTalat and Bibi Gul Naz, his daughters Seerat Masroor and Bibi Urooj Shaher, his sons Syed Farukh Ahmed Shah and Syed Zareek Shah.

Details about the property owned by his step-daughters, Bibi Shumalia Shah, and Umeema Naz, and step-sons, Syed Awais Qadir, and Syed Junaid Qadir Shah was also requested.

Undeniable evidence of corruption has been found by NAB against the PPP Leader. Another inquiry has been started by the Anti Benami Zone against Khursheed, since he purposefully kept assets, worth billions, in Sindh’s various cities. As per sources, he has 83 properties in Rohri, Karachi, and Sukhar under the name of Pehlaj Mal, his frontman.

Further on, the sources have also revealed that a collective of 105 bank accounts (in different banks) are owned by Khursheed Shah and his family.

However, it is being reported by very valuable sources that the investigation of NAB has been concluded, and he could be arrested at any time by the anti-corruption department.

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