ISLAMABAD: Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah on Monday appeared earlier than the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) to face the investigations in pretend accounts case and raised objections on the bureau’s conduct.
The chief minister was known as to seem earlier than the investigation staff on 26th March however he requested for a change in schedule which was accredited.
Speaking to media individuals later, Murad Ali Shah mentioned it’s all mala fide and regardless of the courtroom judgement that the Joint Investigation Group (JIT) findings towards him have been inconclusive he has been summoned by the anti-graft physique.
When requested whether or not he’s glad with the proceedings, he responded by saying that he was right here for the primary time.
I’ve assured the NAB investigators of my full cooperation, Murad mentioned.
‘We’ve already raised objections on the switch of the case to Rawalpindi, whereas the alleged crime was dedicated in Sindh. PPP’s previous expertise with the town is just too disagreeable.’
The CM’s questioning associated to the Thatta and Dadu sugar mills continued for nearly 90 minutes.
The JIT report alleged that the provincial authorities bought Thatta Sugar Mills to the Omni Group for Rs127.5 million in 2013, towards the market worth of Rs716.11 million.
Murad Ali Shah because the finance minister had accredited the transaction.