Court grants 14-day physical remand to NAB in Former DG parks case

ISLAMABAD: An accountability court has granted the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) a 14-day physical remand of former parks director-general (DG) Liaquat Qaimkhani in a fake bank accounts case.
During the proceedings headed by Judge Mohammad Bashir. The court has ordered Qaimkhani to be produced on 7th October.
According to the NAB, Liaquat Qaimkhani is accused of accumulating assets beyond his known sources of income. He was taken into custody during a raid from PECHS Society on charges of awarding fake contracts in his capacity as DG Parks.
The NAB seized eight vehicles, arms, property files, jewellery and official records of the KMC from his custody. The accountability sources said that the eight recovered vehicles were luxury ones and the weapons sophisticated ones, even doors of his residence were remote-controlled and a bathroom of the house was constructed on two-marla land.
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Two lockers, six and four feet high, were also seized, which have not been opened so far, said the sources. They revealed that the held suspect had granted a fake contract of Bagh Ibne Qasim when he was DG of the KMC.
Mr Qaimkhani was appointed an adviser to the Karachi mayor after his retirement a few years ago during which he served in key positions under former city Nazims Niamatullah Khan and Mustafa Kamal.
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