Bushra Bibi NAB case: New reports surface from anti graft agency
The Lahore High Court has given two more days to the NAB chairman to submit report about the reference against PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s wife Bushra Bibi, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
LHC’s Justice Muhammad Amjad Rafiq on Monday conducted proceeding on the petition filed by Bushra Bibi seeking detail of cases registered against her.
In compliance with the court order, the inspectors general of police of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan submitted their reports.
They told the court that neither there was any case against Bushra Bibi, nor did police seek her custody.
The court asked the chairman NAB to submit reference report against Bushra Bibi to the court till June 21.
During previous LHC hearing, conducted by Justice Amjad Rafiq, an additional attorney general told the court that Islamabad police lodged a case against the wife of the PTI chairman on charges of forgery in the sale of Toshakhana gifts.
He further said that the anti-graft watchdog was also conducting an inquiry into the alleged corruption in Al-Qadir Trust against the petitioner.
The judge then ordered the AAG to also seek reports from the Balochistan and KP police about the cases, if any, registered against Bushra Bibi. He also sought a report from the NAB on the inquiry pending against the petitioner.