NAB submits probe report about Shehbaz Sharif in court
LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has submitted its investigation report in the accountability court, about corruption charges against opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif on Thursday, ARY News reported.
According to the report, Sharif failed to disclose the source of income about Rs. 170 million he presented as gift to his sons.
From year 2011 to 2017 Rs. 140 millions were deposited in his account. He got a property in Murree on lease through Ramzan Sugar Mills with an amount of over Rs. 20 million, the report further said.
Around 55 mln rupees were transferred through Masroor Anwar in account from 2015-17, the NAB report read. Shehbaz Sharif failed to provide a reply to NAB about these transactions.
An amount of 39 mln was transferred in his account from year 2013 to 2015 and the amount was transferred during the process of Ashiana Housing Scheme contract, the NAB report further disclosed.
According to the report Masroor Anwar and Muzammil Raza have been employees of the Sharif family.
Both of them have transferred amounts to Sharif family for a number of time. They transferred amounts from 2010 to 2017.
Moreover, in Malik Maqsood Ahmed’s account 3.4 billion rupees were transferred. Shehbaz Sharif however refused to recognize Masroor Anwar and Maqsood Ahmed, according to the report. While according to record Maqsood Ahmed’s office address and phone number are same as of Shehbaz Sharif, the report indicated.
Maqsood, Masroor and Fazaldad were summoned for questioning about suspected transactions, the report added.