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NAB summons CM Sindh in fake accounts case

CM Sindh said the move will provoke an unprecedented retaliation. Source: FILE.
ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned Chief Minister of Sindh Murad Ali Shah on 24th September in fake accounts case.
According to details, the accountability bureau has directed Murad Ali Shah to bring along the record of Dadu and Thatta Sugar Mills during his appearance. Chief Minister Sindh has been accused of selling the sugar mills at cheap prices.
Earlier this year, the chief minister had appeared before the bureau in Rawalpindi in connection with the long-running fake bank accounts case.
Earlier on Tuesday, NAB has summoned Murad Ali Shah in a case pertaining to fake accounts but he skipped the hearing and was instead provided a questionnaire.
It is to be noted that the NAB had already filed reference against six suspects including former president Asif Ali Zardari in these cases.
According to the statement of NAB, it has summoned Sindh chief minister over the Joint Investigation Team’s (JIT) report into the fake account case.
Read also: Fake accounts case: CM Sindh fails to appear in Court
It is alleged that when subsidies were given to certain sugar mills including closed Thatta Sugar Mills, Dadu Sugar Mills, when Murad was the finance minister of Sindh.
Earlier in August, the accountability bureau claimed to have recovered over Rs13 billion in fake bank accounts scandal case.
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