ISLAMABAD: A meeting of the National Accountability Bureau executive board on Tuesday has approved to file six corruption references in separate cases.
According to details, Anti-graft watchdog meeting chaired by NAB chairman okays to file six references.
According to a press release issued by NAB, the executive board approved to file corruption reference against Omni Group’s owner Abdul Ghani Majeed and others in Fake Bank accounts case. The accused have caused loss of around one billion and 40 million rupees to the national exchequer.
The other corruption references relate to former Administrator Muhammad Hussain Saeed, Ex-director Capital development authority (CDA) Ghulam Sarwar and Ali Gohar Dahiri.
The above-mentioned persons are accused of making illegal appointments which caused loss of around 70 million to the national exchequer.
On the occasion, Chairman NAB said that anti-graft watch is implementing on the policies to eliminate corruption from Pakistan.