ISLAMABAD: The executive board of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has approved the closure of various corruption inquiries over lack of evidence.
A declaration has been released by the anti-corruption watchdog that stated the closure of various inquiries into alleged financial irregularities against individuals from different organizations.
The declaration stated that the executive board in its session held under the chair of NAB chief Justice (Retd) Javed Iqbal approved closure of a number of corruption inquiries against many individuals including National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK) general manager Imran Taj, Vice-Chancellor of Shah Abdul Latif University (SALU) Khairpur Professor Dr Parveen Shah, officers from Karachi Development Authority (KDA), revenue board, irrigation department and Sindh government.
The anti-graft watchdog gave approval to the initiation of an investigation against former registrar Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) Nadeem Akbar and Port Qasim Authority’s officers.
The decision was also made during a meeting of the NAB’s executive board where the deputy chairman NAB, prosecutor general NAB, DG NAB Rawalpindi, and other officials were in attendance.