ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has completed its preliminary investigations from the chairman and co-chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) in connection to the Fake Bank Accounts and Mega Money Laundering cases here on Wednesday.
Earlier today, Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari alleged former president Pervez Musharraf of constituting National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for his devised political engineering.
After appearing before NAB’s Investigation team in Park Lane Company case, Bilawal Bhutto addressed the gathered PPP supporters.
PPP chairman claimed that they (PPP) will keep on challenging ‘puppet government’ and continue to raise our voices against banned organizations across Pakistan.
“NAB was formed for snatching PPP’s mandate and on grounds of political engineering. It is our fault that we did not amend the black laws of NAB. In the future, we will abolish all black laws as per constitution”, PPP chairman said.
Talking over recent exchange of barbs with federal cabinet members on alleged support of proscribed outfits, Bilawal claimed that PPP is always discouraged to speak against outlawed groups.
“We are sent notices when we raise our voice against banned outfits. These mere notices can’t terrify us. We are Benazir’s Jiyale (supporters). We will continue to raise our voice”, Bilawal concluded.
The PPP chairman and co-chairman have appeared before the antigraft body today in connection to the inquiries of Fake Bank Accounts and Mega Money Laundering cases.
According to sources within the antigraft body, both of the PPP leaders will be questioned separately in the NAB office.
Two investigation teams have been formed to question the two PPP leaders consisting of 16 officials.
The district administration of the federal capital has taken strict security measures around the National Accountability Bureau (NAB office to avoid any mishap.
Foolproof security arrangements have been finalized. Around 550 personnel from Rangers and police will be deployed outside NAB office.
It is pertinent to mention here that the PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari have appeared before the NAB today while party directed the workers to gather outside the anti-graft watchdog office.