LAHORE – The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned the son-in-law of Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif in a corruption probe on April 16.
Imran Ali Yousaf has been directed to appear before the NAB Lahore team for recording his statement in an inquiry against the former chief financial officer of Punjab Power Development Company Limited and others.
The letter sent to the Yousaf stated that accused Ikram Naveed during interrogation revealed that the Punjab chief minister’s relative has important documents in possession regarding the case.
The anti-graft watchdog has recently launched several investigations against top bureaucrats and politicians for their alleged involvement in corruption.
Yousaf had been in headlines in 2012 when he was accused of thrashing a bakery employee in Lahore. He was later acquitted in the case.