NAB chairman briefed over corruption instances in Lahore’s workplace

LAHORE: The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) chairman Justice (Retd) Javed Iqbal has been briefed over the investigation into completely different corruption instances by officers in Lahore’s workplace, ARY Information reported.

NAB director-general Lahore, Shahzad Saleem, briefed the chairman over necessary instances and submitting of a corruption reference in Chaudhry Sugar Mills case.

Sources mentioned that Iqbal was given briefing over 9 mega corruption instances at Lahore workplace in addition to informing him the progress of ongoing instances towards politicians.

Throughout the briefing, Iqbal mentioned that the establishment is reviewing the developments of mega corruption instances on precedence foundation which might be taken to its conclusion quickly.

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Earlier on Thursday, the NAB chairman had clarified that the anti-corruption watchdog officers don’t have any political affiliations.

Javed Iqbal was addressing the NAB officers throughout his go to to Lahore headquarters. He mentioned that the establishment has submitted over Rs71 billion to the nationwide exchequer.

The chairman mentioned that the four-canal home of former finance minister Ishaq Dar is being given to the Punjab authorities. He added that the auctioned cash might be submitted to the nationwide treasury.

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The anti-graft watchdog recovered over Rs1 billion price properties from Ikram Naveed, mentioned Iqbal mentioned, including that NAB officers don’t have any affiliation with any political social gathering. He mentioned that investigation of various instances got here underneath the class of white-collar crimes.

Iqbal mentioned that no tolerance might be proven over negligence in probe of mega corruption instances. He requested NAB officers to proceed performing duties with out bearing any stress.

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