NAB interrogates Kamran Michael over contracts

KARACHI: The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) group on Monday questioned former federal minister for ports and delivery, Kamran Michael, concerning contracts he had permitted whereas heading the ministry, ARY Information reported.

In line with sources, NAB is prone to current Michael earlier than the court docket in Karachi on Tuesday (Feb 12).

The NAB officers additionally interrogated the previous minister a few man named Imran Shah, who had given an announcement towards Michael.

Learn additionally: Court grants five days’ transit remand of Kamran Michael to NAB

The ex-minister was additionally questioned about quantity in his accounts in disproportion to his earnings. “I’ve no thought how the cash was transferred [into my accounts],” sources quoted Michael as answering the question by the NAB officers.

On Feb 9, an accountability Court docket of Lahore granted 5 days’ transit remand of Kamran Michael to the NAB) in a case of abuse of authority.

The accountability watchdog had requested the court docket for a transit remand of 5 days for the previous minister.

The previous minister is accused of illegally allotting three industrial and residential condo plots at prime places of KPT Cooperative Housing Society in Karachi to his favorite individuals after allegedly receiving an enormous sum.

In line with a NAB officers, the previous minister abused his authority by making allotments of plots in 2013, including that the plots had worth of over Rs 1 billion.

Kamran Micheal remained the minister for ports and delivery between 2013 and 2016. He had held a number of portfolios in cupboards throughout completely different governments.

The NAB had launched a probe towards Kamran Michael for allegedly accumulating property past his identified sources of earnings in Might 2018.

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