Ali Imran, son in law of CM Shehbaz Sharif leaves Pakistan ahead of NAB appearance today: sources
LAHORE – Ali Imran, son-in-law of Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has reportedly left Pakistan ahead of appearance before the NAB in a corruption case worth Rs 12 crore.
He failed to appear before the National Accountability Bureau on Monday (NAB) in Saaf Pani scandal.
The anti-corruption watchdog had summoned Ali Imran in Saaf Pani scandal and having assets beyond known sources of income.
His representative Talmeez Nabi appeared before the bureau and took the stance that Ali Imran was out of country and hence he could not appear before the anti-graft organisation. He, however, submitted partial record sought by the NAB.
The NAB had launched a probe against Ali Imran. He is accused of getting appointed Naveed Akram Saaf Pani Company CFO in violation of merit. Akram is also accused of transferring Rs 120 million into the account of Ali Imran.
Earlier, the Anti-corruption Department had declared Ali Imran innocent in Saaf Pani case. However, the department had failed to submit the record sought by the NAB.