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NAB decides to drop inquiries against Ishaq Dar

NAB decides to drop inquiries against Ishaq Dar

ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Friday has chosen to drop the examinations against government fund priest Ishaq Dar.

The request were pending against Dar as Commerce Minister following 2001.

The choice to this impact was taken at a meeting of the Executive Board of the authority, which was led by Qamar Zaman Chaudhry.

Seize has additionally chosen to document five debasement references against deferent persons.

A reference will be recorded against Arshad Farooq Faheem and others for over the top and illicit increment in costs of medications, bringing on lost around 693 million rupees to the national exchequer.

The second reference will be recorded against previous Balochistan sustenance clergyman Asfand Yar Kakar for claimed misappropriation in government wheat adding up to around 467 million rupees.

Different references will be recorded against previous leader Gujranwala Municipal Corporation Muhammad Aslam Butt, Vice Chancellor Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan Dr. Ihsan Ali and others, and previous Additional Secretary Senate Syed Musarrat Abbas and others.

The Bureau likewise approved request against previous MNA Shafqat Shah Shirazi and previous MPA Ejaz Shah Shirazi of Thatta for charged collection of benefits past known wellsprings of salary. Another request was approved against Sindh Minister for Ushr and Zakat Dost Mohammad Rahimoon on comparative charges.