ISLAMABAD: Former chief minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah appeared before National Accountability Bureau (NAB) today in Dadu and Thatha sugar mills case and he investigated for about 40 minutes.
According to the NAB press release the ex-chief minister Qaim Ali Shah statement will be analyzed as per law and light of it his next appearance will be decided.
Moreover, talking to media Qaim Ali Shah said that he received notices regarding Dadu and Thatha Sugar Mills but he was not informed regarding allegations while he informed that he has been called again before the NAB on April 7.
The former chief minister said that the NAB attitude was normal adding that he did not know about the appointment of NAB chairman.
He said that neither had he received notice on using powers above law and corruption nor any cases registered against him in his 55 years career in politics.