Allegations by Mandviwalla are an obstacle: NAB
Lahore, 6t December: NAB claims that the allegations of Saleem Mandviwala are a hindrance in their investigation.
According to reports, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has said that the allegations of Deputy Chairman Senate Saleem Mandviwalla are an obstacle in the investigation.
According to reports from The News, NAB has released details of fake accounts case against Deputy Chairman Senate Saleem Mandviwalla.
According to NAB, Former MD PIA Ejaz Haroon had illegally allotted 12 plots. Saleem Mandviwalla and Ejaz Haroon made a suspicious deal with Abdul Ghani Majeed, receiving Rs 140 million from a fake account with Rs 80 million going to Ejaz Haroon and Rs 60 million to Saleem Mandviwalla.
As per reports from the NAB, Saleem Mandviwalla used the account of Mandviwalla Builders to conceal the received money. When the matter was investigated, an attempt was made to show the corruption money as a loan. Saleem Mandviwalla used the money to buy plots in the name of his employee Abdul Qadir Shawani.
NAB claims that Saleem Mandviwalla sold the plots and bought shares in the name of another employee with the same amount. Reportedly, he bought 3 million shares of Mangla View for Rs 30 million in the name of the employee with his own signature.
It said that Tariq, an employee of Saleem Mandviwalla, who owns millions of shares, is actually an anonymous person. Nab says that instead of responding to the allegations, Saleem Mandviwalla is hiding behind the business community.
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