NAB recovers valuables worth millions at former DG Parks’ residence


Staff Reporter


A raid by the National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) Karachi chapter at the residence of the former parks and horticulture director-general, Liaquat Ali Qaimkhani, on Thursday, revealed massive valuables including luxury cars, gold and weapons.
Later, the anti-graft body seized the valuables found at the former DG’s residence.
Qaimkhani, an adviser to Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar currently involved in the NAB’s fake accounts case, was living in a luxurious palace-like residence — worth millions and sporting sprawling lawns and a swimming pool.
Valuables recovered from the former DG Parks’ house include eight imported luxury cars, gold bangles and necklaces, diamond jewellery, files upon files of properties, weapons, and two lockers.

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