Hu­daibiya Pa­per Mills case: NAB to chal­lenge LHC ver­dict in SC

Il­le­gal as­sets ref­er­ence, NAB sum­mons Dar on 20 Septem­ber

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IS­LAM­ABAD: IS­LAM­ABAD: Na­tional Ac­count­abil­ity Bureau ( NAB) has de­cided to take a big leap for­ward by chal­leng­ing La­hore High Court ( LHC) ver­dict in Hu­daibiya Pa­per Mills case.

Ac­cord­ing to sources, NAB will file a pe­ti­tion in Supreme Court against LHC de­ci­sion to close the Hu­daibiya Pa­per Mills case. Ear­lier, NAB had filed four cor­rup­tion ref­er­ences against Sharif fam­ily and Fi­nance Min­is­ter Ishaq Dar in ac­count­abil­ity court.

NAB had pre­sented Ishaq Dar’s state­ments from the year 2000 when he ap­peared as an ap­prover in the case against Sharif fam­ily. The Shar­ifs were cleared in two cor­rup­tion ref­er­ences Hu­daibiya Pa­per Mills and Rai­wind As­sets ref­er­ences in 2014. In­ves­ti­ga­tion re­port of NAB in Hu­daibiya Pa­per Mills ref­er­ence claimed that mem­bers of Sharif fam­ily de­posited money in bank ac­counts il­le­gally. The ac­counts were opened in oth­ers’ names to pay off loans.

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