Islamabad: According to a recent news report, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Tuesday approved a plea bargain of Rs21 billion from an accused involved in a fake bank accounts case. According to details, NAB’s Rawalpindi office recovered 562 acres of land, worth Rs. 21 billion, from accused Ahsan Elahi through plea bargain in a fake bank accounts case.
Catch Deputy Prosecutor General Sardar Muzaffar named the recuperation an ‘extraordinary achievement’s of the counter unite guard dog’s Rawalpindi office. As indicated by NAB authorities, in 2012, a board containing government authorities had moved 562 acres of land to Ghulam Hussain Hilari and Yousuf Edhi. The 562 acres of government land were moved to Malir Bin Qasim in return for 29 acres of private land.
Additionally, the 262 acres of the unlawfully moved land had a place with the Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM).
As indicated by NAB, the charged offered an Rs.35 million pay off to Sindh Building Control Authority DG Manzoor Qadir to get endorsement for the lodging society, though the cash accepted hush money and payoffs were saved in phoney ledgers.
During a hearing held late last year, the apex court asked the country’s top graft buster to submit details of the 28 fake bank accounts identified during a probe into a mega money-laundering scandal that involves the top leaders of the PPP.
A three-judge bench presided over by Justice Mushir Alam had issued this directive while hearing the bail application of one of the accused, Muhammad Umair, in the case – a peon whose bank account was used for a monetary transaction worth over Rs. 580 million.
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