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Action taken against NAB official after his guards allegedly stormed a Karachi salon

KARACHI: Assistant Deputy Director of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Ausaf Ali Mir was suspended over misuse of powers following trespassing incident at a beauty salon in Karachi, ARY News reported.

According to details, Director NAB suspended the Deputy Director of the accountability board Ausaf Ali Mir over misusing her powers and has ordered action against the official.

A salon owner in Karachi on Wednesday stated that she and her staff were beaten up by plain-clothed policemen sent by wife of a National Accountability Bureau (NAB) official who lost her ornament at the salon.

Haya Ali, owner of Envy Salon, said that the ‘Hina got her guard beaten up, trespassed and scared the girls there’.

“The four men were government officials who came in a police mobile upon orders of Hina’s husband, Assistant Deputy Director NAB Ausaf Ali Mir,” she stated.

The lady, despite repeated polite requests to calm down, refused and got physical, Ali said. She also assaulted an elderly client, who was trying to pacify her.

Ali said after repeated apologies, the woman didn’t cool down and assaulted two of her staffers, prompting the owner to call security to escort her out. This was the moment when Khan raged and punched Ali in the face.

The woman waited in her car outside and soon after four men in civvies came in a police vehicle and forced their way into the salon.

The men – armed and dressed in plain clothes – severely thrashed my guard almost fracturing his leg, the owner recalled. They also beat a 14-year-old boy after realizing that he too worked at the facility.

Ali, who happens to be daughter of known actor Shagufta Ejaz, said the SHO threatened to arrest her and the staff, when her mother told the cops to take the matter to court.

According to reports, Police said that a case was filed at a local police station against Mir, his wife and other officials under Sections 427 (Mischief causing damage to the amount of fifty rupees), 452 (House-trespass after preparation for hurt, assault or wrongful restraint), 395 (punishment for robbery) and 34 (common intention) of the Pakistan Penal Code on the complaint of the actress.

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