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NAB Orders Inquiry Against DG Civil Aviation

Islamabad (July 18, 2018): The chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Justice retired Javed Iqbal ordered the probe against Director General Civil Aviation on the complaint of using PIA flight for personal use.

According to the details, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (retd) Javaid Iqbal took notice of the media reports stating that Director General Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) allegedly took a group of friends for a special tour of Nanga Parbat on a PIA plane scheduled for a flight.

The complaint filed to NAB alleged that DG Civil Aviation has used the PIA flight to Skardu only for personal visits. According to the complaint the passengers have been waiting for two and a half hours unnecessarily.

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In another complain, chairman NAB summoned a report for getting PIA plane abroad without proper permission by the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) PIA.

He said if they indulged in unlawful action they would be punished as per law.

The director generals of the anti-graft bodies in Gilgit Baltistan and Rawalpindi have been directed to review the matter.

The NAB chairman has also summoned a report on the sale of PIA aircrafts on cheap prices, he added that the national asset instead of progressing is declining.

The Supreme Court has also taken suo motu notice of difficulties faced by passengers at Skardu airport and directed CAA and Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) to submit a report before it within 48 hours.Acting on another complaint of the fraud and forgery by the private educational company owner Malik Nazar Abbas, a reference has been filed in Rawalpindi NAB.

The owner of the company has plundered million of rupees by in pretend to send the students to go abroad. The probe being conducted on the complaint filed by the Australian High Commission against the company.

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