ISLAMABAD (92 News) - A key progress has been surfaced in fake accounts cases against Murad Ali Shah and Sharjeel Memon as the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has recovered 300 million rupees in the Roshan Sindh program corruption case.
According to the reports, plea bargain of three big companies has also revealed in Roshan Sindh program corruption case. Solar light worth of Rs 600 have been revealed to be bought for Rs60,000 in the papers.
Former Sindh minister for local government Sharjeel Memon has also been revealed to have taken Rs70 million as bribe in fake bank account. The NAB chairman handed over Rs220 million to the Sindh chief secretary in Roshan Sindh case.
An amount of Rs110 million which received after plea bargain also handed over to the Sindh government in fake bank accounts cases.