Top Court raises questions on NAB’s performance


The Supreme Court on Thursday raised questions over the performance of the country’s accountability watchdog and directed its chairman to review and submit a report on the matter.

A three-member bench, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmad, was hearing the case of occupation of welfare plots in Al-Habib Cooperative Housing Society at the SC Karachi Registry.

Referring to the matter, Justice Ijazul Ahsan stated that mosque and school plots were sold. The chief justice expressed displeasure at the registrar of the cooperative housing society and asked why such allotments were not cancelled.

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