RAWALPINDI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah arrived at the National Accountability Bureau (NAB)’s Rawalpindi office on Thursday for interrogation into a corruption reference.
He is alleged of holding fake bank accounts and misusing his authority by giving illegal contracts for different projects. He will be mainly interrogated about the solar street lights case, in which the NAB has already recovered about Rs290 million through plea bargain. While, two people have become approver in the case.
The chief minister has been directed to bring all the relevant documents at the NAB office, where a joint investigation team, headed by Director General NAB Rawalpindi Irfan Naeem, will grill him.
Sindh Information Minister Nasir Hussain Shah and Sindh Spokesperson Murtaza Wahab are accompanying him.
Murad Shah is also accused of giving illegal subsidy to Dadu Sugar Mills and Thatta Sugar Mills.