LAHORE: The National Office of Accountability (NAB) convened the leader of the Pakistan-Nawaz Muslim League, Rana Sanaullah, tomorrow (Wednesday), in an investigation related to assets beyond known sources of income, ARY News reported. .
The anti-theft control agency has advised the former law minister to appear before the NAB Joint Investigation Team along with the details of the property of his family members.
Rana Sanaullah has been asked to reveal the source of income and how the business had started, in writing. The NAB also requested to present details about its investments abroad.
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On February 3, Rana Sanaullah had refused to appear before the National Office of Responsibility (NAB) Lahore citing his commitments during the current session of the National Assembly (NA).
The former Punjab law minister was summoned to be questioned in relation to matters related to ongoing assets beyond the investigation against him.
The lawyer representing the PML-N leader, Mohsin Raza, appeared in Lahore’s office and presented a statement by Rana Sanaullah to the surveillance officials.