ISLAMABAD: The Executive Board of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) decided on Thursday to initiate action against some high-profile individuals, including a former auditor general of Pakistan (AGP) and some current and former lawmakers.
The decisions included the filing of a reference, four complaint verifications, five inquiries and two investigations against holders of public and private offices, involving irregularities to the tune of over Rs10 billion.
A meeting of the board presided over by NAB chief Qamar Zaman Chaudhry decided to initiate an inquiry against ex-AGP Akhtar Buland Rana as well as carrying out complaint verifications against PML-N MNA Syed Iftikharul Hassan and former Sindh minister Syed Ali Nawaz Shah, the bureau’s spokesperson told media.
The meeting also decided to close action against former PCB chief Zaka Ashraf and resolved to take no further action against Arif Hameed, the former SNGPL managing director, due to a lack of incriminating evidence.
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