NAB to hunt extension in Miftah Ismail’s remand in LNG case immediately

ISLAMABAD: The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) officers will current former finance minister, Miftah Ismail and former MD PSO Imran ul Haq earlier than an accountability courtroom as their 11-day bodily remand ended on Monday (immediately).

Each Miftah and Haq are dealing with prices of corruption within the Liquefied Pure Fuel (LNG) tenders.

The accused will probably be introduced earlier than the courtroom of Choose Muhammad Bashir.

The NAB officers will search an extension within the remand of the accused, sources stated.

Earlier on August 8, Miftah Ismail was handed over to the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) on 11-day bodily remand.

Ismail who was attending courtroom proceedings over a bail petition he had submitted prior within the Islamabad Excessive Court docket was apprehended by a NAB workforce which bought there after the politician’s bail request was rejected by the courtroom.

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Investigations officer of the anti-graft watchdog apprised the courtroom that the LNG sector was struggling an annual lack of $228 thousand yearly as a result of underhanded practices carried out by the earlier authorities functionaries previously on the matter.

The IO had additional acknowledged that the Managing Director of Pakistan State Oil was being investigated for his function within the obvious rip-off.

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