NAB summons Qaim Ali Shah on March 27
KARACHI (92 News) – The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned former Sindh chief minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on March 27 on Thursday.
According to the sources, the NAB has issued notice to the former chief minister in a Thatta and Dadu Sugar Mills cases. Qaim Ali Shah has been directed to appear before the NAB at its old head office.
It was reported that the former CM has been asked by the anti-graft watchdog to bring along the sugar mills record.
Earlier today, speaking to the journalists, Shah said the anti-graft watchdog sent him three notices but they were not based on truth. “Documents failed to prove me guilty.”
It has been reported these days that NAB has received directions from ‘higher authorities’ to catch big fishes, “but I am a small man”, claimed Shah.
Interim bail of Qaim Ali Shah extended Till May 3
The SHC has extended the interim bail of Qaim Ali Shah till May 3 in land allotment case. SHC took up the land allotment case for hearing on Thursday.
Qaim Ali Shah informed the court that he has no connection with land allotment. Anti-graft watchdog prosecutor said that 94 acre land of Malair stream was allotted illegally.
Court while ordering investigation officer to present the progress report extended the interim bail of Qaim Ali Shah till May 3.
On Feb 7, the Sindh High Court (SHC) had extended the pre-arrest bail of the Pakistan Peoples’ Party leader until March 21, in a case related to land allotment in Malir.
The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Feb 7 had extended the pre-arrest bail of the Pakistan Peoples Party leader until March 21, in a case related to land allotment in Malir.
The Karachi chapter of the NAB had launched four investigations against Sindh government officers and others for illegally allotting 307 acres of land in the Malir riverbed to various beneficiaries.
According to a statement, 307 acres in the Malir riverbed were illegally allotted to various beneficiaries in violation of law and rules by way of fresh allotment and exchange after squeezing the boundaries of Malir river.