NAB raids Mir Khalid Langov’s Karachi house

Mushtaq Raisani owns dozens of bungalows in DHA

Karachi—The National Accountability Bureau Quetta team raided on Sunday former Balochistan finance adviser Mir Khalid Langov’s residence in Karachi’s Defence area and recovered important documents related to the Balochistan corruption scandal.
NAB sources told a private TV channel that the team also recovered foreign currency and prohibited bore weapons from Langov’s residence.
The NAB team is also looking for the finance adviser’s bullet proof vehicle worth 50 million, which is registered in name of his front man Sohail Shah who was earlier arrested from Hyderabad.
The sources said that Langov’s brother along with the vehicle is in hiding and wanted by the NAB.
Important revelations are expected within the next 24 hours, the NAB sources added.
In May, Langov said he was stepping down from his post to aid transparent investigations after a huge amount of the ill-gotten money was recovered from the residence of the provincial finance secretary Mushtaq Raisani. NAB had recovered more than Rs730 million from Raisani’s residence. He has been accused of embezzling billions of rupees from the local government development funds.
Meanwhile new revelations were made in the Mushtaq Ahmed Raisani case as a dozen bungalows worth one billion rupees owned by the culprit in the Defence area of Karachi were revealed in a raid conducted by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Balochistan.
Each bungalow was priced between Rs 80 million to Rs 150 million. Assets worth one billion rupees owned by former Balochistan finance secretary Raisani have been revealed thus far.
Sources indicate that the bungalows were constructed on areas varying between 500 yards to 1000 yards. The owner name of had constructed the bungalows in order to sell them out. However, the bungalows could not be sold after Raisani’s arrest. Sources also state that cars worth millions of rupees were also hid in the bungalows.—SABAH

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