ISLAMABAD: Accountability Court on Thursday handed the prime suspect of Fake Bank Accounts Case Muhammad Hanif on a remand to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) till May 2.
As per details, the anti-graft watchdog produced Muhammad Hanif in an accountability court of Islamabad. NAB prosecutor told the court that Muhammad Hanif was arrested on Wednesday in connection to ongoing investigations against Park Lane Company. He was responsible to look after the financial affairs of the company.
NAB prosecutor told the court that he took a loan of Rs1.5 billion from the bank and refused to return it with the course of time. Anti-graft body then pleaded for remand of the accused to investigate him further in the case.
AC’s judge Justice Muhammad Basheer then accepted the NAB’s plea and handed Muhammad Hanif over to NAB on a remand till May 2.
It is pertinent to mention here that Muhammad Hanif was arrested yesterday in connection to the ongoing probe of Fake Bank Accounts Case.