NAB summons Qaim Ali Shah in Bank account case



National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned the former Chief Minister Sindh, Qaim Ali Shah for interrogation in the ongoing fake bank accounts inquiry on Monday. Sources privy to the matter revealed that the anti-graft watchdog has sent for the politician on December 4 at the Rawalpindi headquarters of the bureau. Earlier on November 21, in yet another important development the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi team arrested Chairman Overseas Cooperative Housing Society Ijaz Haroon from Karachi. According to the anti-graft watchdog, Ijaz Haroon has been arrested for his alleged role in corruption with the Omni group. Sources prior to NAB said that Ijaz Haroon had sold 12 plots to fake allottees and laundered Rs144 million into the Omni group via two fake accounts.—INP

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