An Accountability Court’s judge Muhammad Bashir heard Fake Accounts Case and extended the physical remand of Administrator Karachi, Sajjad Abbasi till July 18. The accused was presented before court as his physical remanded ended today (July 11).
As per reports, NAB had arrested Abbasi for his involvement in illegal allotment of land designated for public and social welfare. National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Karachi has also arrested three employees of Sindh Bank in Fake Accounts Case. A NAB press release issued in Karachi has said these three belong to Sindh Bank including President Tariq Ahsan, Executive vice president, Syed Nadeem Altaf and Ex-President Bilal Shaikh who is currently Director in the bank.
According to sources within NAB, the apprehended president of the Sindh Bank, Bilal Sheikh is accused of abusing powers in 2014. He is accused of transferring Rs1000 million to the account of Rubicon Builders and later on causing the heavy losses to the company by abusing his powers.
Earlier, National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on June 17 took 3 individuals Tando Kazim Ali who is being revealed as a finance manager of a sugar mill along with Faisal and AmanUllah under custody allegedly involved in Fake Accounts Case.
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27 September, 2019