- May 20, 2016
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Islamabad: Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Qamar Zaman Chaudhry headed Executive Board meeting in which it has been decided to end reference against Finance Minister Ishaq Dar in money laundering case.
Chairman NAB Qamar Zaman Chaudhry headed Executive Board meeting in which it has been decided to end reference against Finance Minister Ishaq Dar in money laundering case. According to NAB no substantial evidences have been found against Ishaq Dar in money laundering case. NAB has also ended reference against former Balochistan Minister Abdul Karim Nosherwani and also wrapped up inquiry against NAB’s member Israr Rauf and private bank’s manager Tariq Shafiq.
NAB Executive Board has decided to file five other references of corruption; reference filed against Arshad Farooq Fahim for increasing medicine drugs prices, reference also filed against former Balochistan Minister Asfand Yar Kakar who has corruption charges in wheat purchase.
NAB has also filed reference against former Gujranwala Mayor Muhammad Aslam Butt for bringing loss to national treasure by taking advantage of authorities.
Decision to file reference against Vice Chancellor Abdul Wali Khan University, Ahsan Ali for conducting illegal recruitment.
NAB told that reference will also be filed against former Additional Secretary Senate, Secretary Muhammad Musarrat Abbas for bringing millions of rupees loss to national treasure by exercising abuse of power.
NAB has decided to file reference against National Assembly member Shafqat Shah Sherazi and against former member of Sindh Assembly Ijaz Shah Sherazi under corruption cases.
Lastly, NAB has decided to investigate the charges on Minister Dost Muhammad Rahmiyo of Sindh Government for making assets.
Dost Muhammad is accused of bringing heavy damage of 500 million rupees to national treasure.
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has expressed satisfaction over this decision of NAB of clearing his name in money laundering case and said he is confident enough to face the nation now.