SHC seeks evidence from NAB in Rs 60mn corruption case

KARACHI: The Sindh Excessive Courtroom on Tuesday sought proof from the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) concerning Rs 60 million alleged corruption in district Thatta’s accounts workplace, ARY Information reported.

Chief Justice SHC expressed his resentment over absence of NAB’s investigator. He stated individuals had been mired in issues and the NAB couldn’t produce file of the case earlier than the courtroom.

The CJ stated NAB ought to furnish proof towards the accused. NAB prosecutor Khalid Awan sought a while saying the case file was not prepared.

“This is able to not have occurred had you come ready to the courtroom,” the chief justice of the SHC stated.

Learn: NAB summons Qaim Ali Shah in Dadu, Thatta sugar mills cases tomorrow

He questioned rational of NAB officers for taking salaries in the event that they weren’t doing their work. “You drag 50 individuals in a single case…present us some proofs as effectively.”

The courtroom additionally censured Director NAB Hafeez Siddiqui for being incognizant concerning the case background.

The chief justice sought assurance from NAB director that three officers – investigator, case officer, and NAB director – should seem in individual in every case.  “If these three fail to seem, then the director common NAB ought to seem himself,” the courtroom requested.

In the meantime, the NAB has summoned senior politicians of Sindh in Dadu Sugar Mills and Thatta Sugar Mills instances.

The accountability watchdog discover stated the sale of Dadu Sugar Mills had imparted unlawful revenue to Naudero Sugar Mills.

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