AC grants exemption to 2 accused in Park Lane case

City Reporter

An Accountability Court Monday granted permanent exemption from hearing to two accused in a scam pertaining to allotment of land to Park Lane Company.

AC-I Judge Muhammad Bashir heard the cases filed by Capital Development Authority former member environment Mian Waheed Udin and former Naib Tehsildar Muhammad Iqbal seeking exemption in above case.

The court was informed that Islamabad High Court (IHC) had granted bail to the accused and allowed exemption from hearing till the filling of a reference by National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

After this, the court also granted exemption from hearing to the accused.
Meanwhile, the same court extended judicial remand of two accused including Mumtaz Abbasi and Atif Shahid for 14 days in reference pertaining to embezzlement in Sindh tractors scheme. The accused were alleged for corruption worth Rs793 millions in the scheme.

Similarly, AC-III Judge Syed Asghar Ali postponed its decision till August 3, in acquittal plea of accused Muhammad Hussain Syed, Sami Uddin and Matanat Ali in illegal plot allotment reference connected with fake bank accounts scam.

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