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Money received from UK: NAB summons property tycoon Malik Riaz on December 1

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Anti-graft body also probing transfer of 458 acres of land to Al-Qadir Trust University
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The apex anti-graft watchdog has summoned property tycoon Malik Riaz Hussain to record his statement regarding the repatriation of £190 million (Rs50 billion) and transfer of land to a local trust.

In a summon issued by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Additional Director Faisal Qureshi to Malik Riaz on November 24 but which came to light on Saturday, the property tycoon has been asked to appear before the watchdog to record his statement and submit supporting documentary evidence in an inquiry against public office holders and other associates for the alleged misuse of authority, financial gains and criminal breach of trust in recovery of crime proceeds received from the UK and illegal sealing of its record.

The notice stated that Malik Riaz’s son, Ali Riaz Malik had entered into an out-of-court settlement with UK’s anti-graft watchdog National Crime Agency (NCA) for repatriation of funds to Pakistan.

Meanwhile, NAB said that Riaz’s Bahria Town ‘donated’ land measuring 458 acres, four marlas and 58 square feet in Mauza Barkala, Sohawa in Jhelum district for the construction of the Al-Qadir Trust University.

“Therefore, you are in possession of information / evidence whatsoever, which relates to the commission of the said offence(s),” read the notice.

It subsequently asked Riaz to appear before it on December 1 at 11am with complete records relating to purchase of the land, and the agreement or deed through which it was donated to a trust along with the relevant revenue documents.

Riaz was directed to provide evidence of any other land or donation he, his family or his business may have transferred to the Al-Qadir Trust or any of its trustees irrespective of the mode.

The notice warned that should he fail to comply, he could face prosecution under NAB law.
 

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According to IK "yeh sb imported hakumat wale chor lootere hain Daaku hain"

Now "imported hakumat" will prove that Ik is a small time "Zeb-Katra" and will get him disqualified from running for next elections.

Pakistan politics is better that any revenge movie. KEEP IT UP 👍
 

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According to IK "yeh sb imported hakumat wale chor lootere hain Daaku hain"

Now "imported hakumat" will prove that Ik is a small time "Zeb-Katra" and will get him disqualified from running for next elections.

Pakistan politics is better that any revenge movie. KEEP IT UP 👍
Good to see all Indian coming to rescue PMLN/Nawaz .... lol . It is fine as long as the land is used to build the university for the public.
But can upload many documents like this .... from stolen Pakistani wealth...

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According to IK "yeh sb imported hakumat wale chor lootere hain Daaku hain"

Now "imported hakumat" will prove that Ik is a small time "Zeb-Katra" and will get him disqualified from running for next elections.

Pakistan politics is better that any revenge movie. KEEP IT UP 👍
randians just want Nawaj in Pakistan just like our whore media!
 

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NAB still active ?????? forget to ask ...But new NAB chairman is Nawaz lover ...

But but ..

NAB is most corrupt institute, says Abbasi​

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Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has said that National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is the most corrupt institute in the country.
Talking to media persons outside the Accountability Court on Tuesday, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said that the NAB’s only purpose is to manipulate the political process of the country, and it is the most corrupt institution in the country.
The PML-N leader added that the NAB chairman enjoyed eight months of extension, and the new Chief will have to be accountable himself.
The country cannot function efficiently until NAB is in place, he added. In response to a question about the soaring energy crisis, the former Premier said that the current load-shedding in the country is 3 and a half hours, which will be reduced to one and a half to two hours until June 30.
On June 6, addressing a press conference in Islamabad Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said that the country’s electricity demand has exceeded 25,000MW.—INP
 

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