NAB submits list of 17 witnesses in court

ISLAMABAD: Vital growth in pretend financial institution accounts case because the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) has submitted record of 17 witnesses within the courtroom, ARY Information reported on Wednesday.

As per particulars, State Director Securities and Trade Fee of Pakistan (SECP) Ahsan Aslam and Federal Investigation Company’s State Director Siraj are included within the witnesses’ record.

Different eight witnesses of FIA are:  Zahoor Ahmed, Irfan Ahmed, Imran Ismail Memon, Ali Yasir, Ghulam Murtaza, Munawar Mehdi and Muhammad Ali Abro, who will document their assertion in opposition to former president Asif Ali Zardari together with 30 accused within the pretend financial institution accounts case.

In the meantime, the record additionally embody names of a number of financial institution officers too.

Yesterday, Pakistan Individuals’s Celebration (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari alongside together with his sister Faryal Talpur had appeared earlier than an accountability courtroom in pretend financial institution accounts case.

Learn extra: Court adjourns fake bank accounts case hearing till May 30

Asif Zardari and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had already recorded their assertion earlier than NAB’s investigation workforce on March 20.

Cash laundering case

Zardari, his sister and different accused are going through prices of laundering greater than Rs35 billion by pretend financial institution accounts. Zardari’s shut aides Hussain Lawai and Anwar Majeed have additionally been nominated within the rip-off. They each are in judicial custody.

Final month, a banking courtroom in Karachi transferred the cash laundering case in opposition to the previous president, his sister and others to Rawalpindi on a request by NAB.

The courtroom additionally cancelled the interim bail of the 19 suspects, together with the PPP leaders within the case.  The courtroom directed the authorities to return surety quantity to the suspects.

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