ISLAMABAD: Another accused in the Sindh Roshan program on Sunday sought permission to become an approver in the fake bank accounts case.
In what can be termed as a major success of the National Accountability Bureau, an accused named Abdul Sattar involved in financial embezzlement in the Sindh Roshan program has sought bureau’s approval to become an approver.
It is being mentioned here that, two accuse Abdul Shakoor and Nadeem Younis have already become approvers in the case and have agreed to return Rs. 298.76 million. The companies are Wadood Engineering Services Pvt Limited, which returned Rs218.11 million and Zafar Enterprises and Sher M Mugheri (JV), which returned Rs64.25 million.
They had also reportedly confessed of doing financial irregularities over the behest of Pakistan People’s Party leader Sharjeel Inam Memon.
A suspect in an alleged financial misappropriation in the Roshan Sindh program, Abdul Sattar, has sought permission to become an approver in the case related to the fake bank accounts.
Sattar was presented before the accountability court’s judge Azam Khan for the hearing of a case related to the corruption in the Sindh Roshan project.
NAB is holding an inquiry into complaints of large-scale corruption in the Sindh Roshan project initiated by the provincial government for the installation of solar streetlights across the province.
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