KARACHI: The Sindh Excessive Court docket (SHC) on Tuesday ended up an inquiry of Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NA) in opposition to former Sindh chief minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, ARY Information reported.
The accountability watchdog had initiated an inquiry in opposition to Shah relating to unlawful allotment of the land in Malir riverbed in Karachi.
Former chief minister Qaim Ali Shah appeared earlier than the excessive courtroom bench at present for the case listening to.
NAB prosecutor knowledgeable the bench that the accountability bureau didn’t discovered proof in opposition to the previous chief minister because the allotment order of the land was cancelled. He mentioned the bureau has ended up the inquiry and won’t additional proceed.
Chief Justice Sindh Excessive Court docket, Justice Ahmed Ali M. Shaikh directed the NAB authorities to finish its investigation first earlier than arrest of any particular person.
The courtroom additionally issued orders for return of the bail cash deposited by Syed Qaim Ali Shah.
The Karachi chapter of the NAB had launched an investigation in opposition to Sindh authorities officers and others for unlawful allotment of 307 acres of land within the Malir riverbed to numerous beneficiaries.