NAB chairman takes notice of Fawad Ch’s statement, orders action


NAB, chairman, notice, Fawad Ch, statement, orders, action
21 Jun, 2019 6:15 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal has taken notice of the statement of Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Ch and ordered the DG to take legal action against him.

According to a statement issued by the NAB on Friday, the minister’s statement is in against the facts. “Fawad Ch’s statement has negated the work of officers and damaged the identity of the NAB,” it stated.

It further stated that the statement could affect the investigations. “The Pakistan government has not sent any reference so far,” it declared.

PTI had promised to put all dacoits behind bars: Fawad Ch

Earlier talking to the media after visiting a science centre on Jail Road, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Ch said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had promised to put all dacoits behind the bars.

He said that the PTI had made the second promise to get money back from dacoits and work on it was underway.

“A half of the opposition is in jail and others will also go to jail,” he declared.

The minister said that the House is turned into a fish market whenever the prime minister visits. “The opposition has no people to make tea at him. How will it bring the people out?” he questioned.

Fawad Ch said that it was equal responsibility of the government and the opposition to run the House.

About the production order of Asif Zardari, he said that only Asad Qaisar could tell about it.

The minister hoped that the government will get the budget succeed easily.

Later, he also visited different departments of the Agriculture University. He also announced to form a task force on agriculture.

Speaking on the occasion, Fawad Ch said that Agriculture University is the biggest science centre in Asia. “We will collect the research being conducted by all universities,” he announced.

The minister said that an amount of Rs43 billion has been allocated in the history first time, which would be used in the most beneficial method.



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