LAHORE: An accountability court docket on Tuesday handed over Ramzan Sugar Mills supervisor Muhammad Mushtaq alias Chini to the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) for 13 extra days on bodily remand.
NAB officers produced the suspect within the court docket upon completion of his bodily remand and demanded an extension in his remand for additional questioning within the instances involving Chief of the Opposition within the Nationwide Meeting Shehbaz Sharif and his sons.
The accountability choose directed the bureau to provide the accused on subsequent listening to on June 3.
The NAB prosecutor said earlier than the court docket that the accused transacted Rs600 million into Suleman Shehbaz’s account, including his custody was required for questioning with regard to a community concerned within the cash laundering rip-off.
Chinia, mentioned to be a frontman of opposition chief in Punjab Meeting Hamza Shehbaz and his brother Suleman Shehbaz, was arrested after being offloaded from a Dubai-bound flight final month.
His identify was positioned on the exit management listing (ECL) on the request of NAB. He had gone underground after the bureau began a probe into Ramzan Sugar Mills case.
In keeping with a NAB assertion, the suspect Muhammad Mushtaq deposited Rs600 million in his personal account after which transferred it to the account of Suleman Shehbaz.