Money laundering case: NAB summons Mian Mansha, sons for third time
LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) summoned business tycoon Mian Muhammad Mansha along with his sons, Mian Hassan Mansha and Mian Umer Mansha, for the third time on March 14 (tomorrow) in connection with a probe into money laundering case, ARY News reported on Wednesday.
The summon notices have been sent to his residence located in 28-Main Gulberg – Lahore which was received by Mansha’s employees, sources said.
Manshas had not appeared before the anti-corruption watchdog to face an investigation into the graft case worth $95 million.
The accused persons have been directed to bring complete money trail and ownership documents of Saint James Hotel and Club, the notice stated.
Mian Muhammad Mansha had bought multi-billion dollars Saint James Hotel and Club in 2010 in London and he was also facing charges of illegally transferring funds to United Kingdom (UK).
On March 11, the Lahore High Court (LHC) had rejected an appeal filed by business tycoon Mian Mansha fearing his possible arrest following notices issued to him by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and directed him to be a part of NAB inquiry.
It had also emerged earlier that the industrialist-cum-banker Mian Muhammad Mansha’s Nishat Power was taking 32 per cent profit, however other independent power producers were allowed to take 17 per cent profit, the Senate standing committee on power had been told on January 15.