NAB submits progress report in Narowal sports city case

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NAB submits progress report in Narowal sports city case

ISLAMABAD, The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Monday submitted progress report to an Accountability Court,

pertaining to an inquiry against former interior minister Ahsan Iqbal in Narowal Sports City case.

The NAB adopted the stance that the inquiry process was delayed due to coronavirus outbreak

in the country. The NAB would file a reference against accused once investigation was completed

into the matter, it added.

-1 Judge Muhammad Bashir conducted the hearing on Narowal Sports City case against

accused Ahsan Iqbal.

At the outset of hearing, the NAB prosecutor pleaded that inquiry into the matter had been

converted to investigation against the accused and after its completion, a reference would

be prepared.

Ahsan Iqbal took to the rostrum and alleged that NAB was making propaganda against him

through the media. Upon this, the judge said that such matter should be discussed only outside

the court.

court adjourned hearing till June 26.

Jun 08 (APP):The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Monday submitted progress report to an Accountability Court,

pertaining to an inquiry against former interior minister Ahsan Iqbal in Narowal Sports City case.

The NAB adopted the stance that the inquiry process was delayed due to coronavirus outbreak

in the country. The NAB would file a reference against accused once investigation was completed

into the matter, it added.

AC-1 Judge Muhammad Bashir conducted the hearing on Narowal Sports City case against

accused Ahsan Iqbal.

At the outset of hearing, the NAB prosecutor pleaded that inquiry into the matter had been

converted to investigation against the accused and after its completion, a reference would

be prepared.

Ahsan Iqbal took to the rostrum and alleged that NAB was making propaganda against him

through the media. Upon this, the judge said that such matter should be discussed only outside

the court.

    The court adjourned hearing till June 26.