NAB to open inquiry against DG Anti Corruption Punjab
ISLAMABAD - The National Accountability Bureau Monday authorised an inquiry against Director General Anti Corruption Punjab over the allegation of misuse of power and denying providing the record to the NAB.
The NAB decided to file two corruption references and authorised four investigations and 17 inquiries against civil servants and businessmen in its Executive Board Meeting chaired by theNAB <link> Chairman Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal.
It was decided to file corruption reference against former Karachi Development Authority Director General Syed Nasir Abbas and others for illegally converting welfare plots into commercial plots and causing loss of Rs354 million to the national exchequer.
The meeting also approved a corruption reference against Sindh Public Service Commission ex-chairman Muhammad Hassan Bhutto and others over the allegation of misuse of power and making illegal appointments in the civic body.