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PESHAWAR: A questionnaire sent by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Peshawar to Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman was sent back undelivered.
NAB Peshawar had sent a questionnaire by post but the delivery staff of the concerned post office has failed to deliver it at the residence of the JUI-F leader as he was not available.
The questionnaire, including assets declaration pro forma related to an ongoing investigation regarding assets of the Maulana Rehman was sent through registered mail by NAB a few days ago, instead of serving the same through the local police.
The staff of Shorkot Post Office here tried to deliver the questionnaire twice on Dec 22 and 23, but the domestic employees at the entrance of the JUI-F chief’s residence informed them that he was not available and refused to receive it on his behalf.
The post office staff members visited the Shorkot home of Maulana Fazlur Rehman but were not given access to the JUI-F party chief. The questionnaire has been sent back undelivered to NAB Peshawar office.
The NAB Islamabad had also sent a 26-point questionnaire to Maulana Fazlur Rehman in order to proceed with the investigation into corruption allegations against him.
The anti-corruption watchdog has sought sources of income of the cleric asking him to provide details of properties bought by his father, as well as the inherited properties owned by him and other family members besides providing particulars regarding his sources of income.
The questionnaire is related to his properties and his relations with certain persons having suspected illegal properties.
The accountability watchdog has also asked Maulana Rehman to provide details of assets belonging to him and his family members and details of properties purchased by him in his name or that of any other person.