Deputy Chairman Senate Saleem Mandiwala lands in trouble after criticising NAB
ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has expedited probe into corruption allegations against Senate deputy chairman Saleem Mandviwalla in fake accounts scandal and a case related to illegal allotments in Kidney Hills, citing sources.
Sources told ARY News that the anti-corruption watchdog proceeded the probe into corruption charges against Saleem Mandviwalla on basis of the statement recorded by his alleged frontman Tariq.
The alleged frontman claimed that benami properties belong to Mandviwalli, whereas, the Senate deputy chairman had also confirmed in his media statement that the properties owned by his family.
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Sources revealed that the properties were not disclosed in his particulars provided to the election commission and the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR). It emerged that Rs140 million was acquired by illegally allotting the state land besides transferring money through fake bank accounts to his frontman Tariq.