NAB to register corruption reference over illegal allotment of Malir Land
ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has decided to register corruption reference against Sindh Land Utilisation Department ex-chairman, Ghulam Mustafa.
According to a statement released on Thursday, The decision was taken in a meeting as Ghulam Mustafa has been accused of illegally allotting land in Malir district which has caused a loss of around $12 billion.
The NAB Chairman, Javed Iqbal, chaired a meeting which was attended by bureau’s deputy chairman, prosecutor general accountability, DG operations, NAB Rawalpindi DG and other senior officers, reads the statement.
Moreover, the statement also revealed that a corruption reference will also be filed against the former administrator of Karachi, Saqib Soomro and Pakistan Steel Mills ex-chairman,Moin Aftab Sheikh.