NAB summons Maulana Fazal-Ur-Rehman for corruption charges
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has sent a questionnaire comprising 26 points to investigate the corruption charges on the President of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-F, Fazal-ur-Rehman.
The NAB has directed Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman to submit the response until 24th December or else he will be facing extreme legal consequences.
He has been asked to provide the sources of income along with the details of the properties bought by his father as well as the properties owned by him or any other family member which they have inherited and to come forward with the information regarding his annual income besides mentioning the sources of maintaining a luxurious lifestyle.
The JUI-F chief has also been commanded to make the details available about the 64 kanal land which he owns in Dera Ismail Khan. The NAB also asked about two marlas and 15 kanal agricultural land purchased under the name of his son. Maulana is also bound to answer how his son purchased five marlas land in Malir Cantt.
Moreover, NAB is in search of the information and data about the lands or properties which have been sold or constructed on his name. Furthermore, he has to reveal the bases of fund collection for elections, bank accounts details, overseas tours and tax payments.
Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman will be held accountable for the provision of the details about the land given by government to him, his assistant or any other worker of his party and for the bank accounts being used by the JUI-F.
One of the points in the questionnaire is to state and describe the link of Gul Asghar, Noor Asghar, Muhammad Jalal, Sher Bahadur, Yasir, Abrar Ali Shah, Sharifullah, Taka Khan, Haji Shehzada, Abrar Ahmed and Muhammad Ramzan with his party.