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KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah has once again been summoned by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in the Roshan Sindh project case today.
The Sindh chief minister in this regard held a meeting with members of the provincial cabinet to determine strategy in handling the summons. He already formulated a strategy on dealing with the NAB case. His appearance before the accountability watchdog depends upon permission from the party leadership.
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Murad Ali Shah was previously, sent a written questionnaire by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in a case pertaining to the multi-billion fake bank accounts scam and embezzlement in a solar light project.
The questionnaire containing eight questions was delivered to Murad Ali Shah through the Principal Secretary. The questionnaire included the following questions:
Why as Finance Minister, Murad Ali Shah ignored the suggestions of Secretary Finance in the Roshan Sindh program?
Why Roshan Sindh program was started without feasibility and why was no attention paid to the Chief Secretary’s identification of feasibility under PC-II?
The Additional Chief Secretary called the solar lights substandard, Why was it also ignored?
Is it true that you could not justify the plan in front of the committee set up by the Sindh High Court?
Is it true that the funds were released at the behest of Sharjeel Memon, the mastermind of the scandal?
Sharjeel Memon has received kickbacks by awarding contracts to favorite companies?
Accused involved in corruption with Sharjeel Memon has also returned money through plea bargain?