Fake accounts case: NAB summons CM Sindh today

Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah Ali will appear before NAB Rawalpindi tomorrow with Nasir Shah and Murtaza Wahab.

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NAB Rawalpindi has summoned once again Chief Minister (CM) Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah today in fake accounts case.

Murad Ali Shah will be investigated in connection with Sindh Roshan Project. CM Sindh has been directed to bring all record with him.

Earlier NAB Islamabad had summoned Murad Ali Shah in fake accounts case and he had appeared before NAB 5-member team besides recording his statement. NAB had summoned him along with the record about Thatta and Dadoo Sugar Mills case. NAB team had investigated him more than one hour.

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CM Sindh said “ I have nothing with me to hide; I am fully prepared for NAB investigation.

He while complaining against his being summoned by NAB Rawalpindi had said all the people are in Karachi and we are being summoned here. If we had been summoned in Karachi then all the expenses including security expenses would not have been more.

According to NAB, they were arrested for extending illegal favours to M/S Technomen Kinetic Pvt Ltd and others in projects of Sindh Nooriabad Power Company and Sindh Transmission and Dispatch Company (STDC), and causing a $16 million loss to the national exchequer.

The Nooriabad power project was originally conceived by the Sindh government in 2012, but could not be materialised then due to “red-tapism and delays in regulatory approvals”.

Online Int’l News with additional input by GVS News Desk

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