Coal Corruption Case: NAB instructed by SC to investigate

The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday has coordinated the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to explore the defilement allegations in the Thar coal project, sources announced.

Administrator NAB should survey the report of the examiner general of Pakistan in regards to the debasement in the project and present his underlying report inside 90 days, the SC requested.

The SC seat commented that the report of AGP shows that the assets of Thar coal project were not put resources into a straightforward way, RO plants were not set up according to the prerequisite. Sun powered age plants were additionally not set up for water filtration plants nearby.

The top court commented that individuals of Thar are denied of fundamental offices including unadulterated drinking water, yet Sindh government nor Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah is intrigued into the matter.

The Sindh government neglected to make any move in accordance with the report of the head legal officer of Pakistan.

“All the cash moved starting with one then onto the next, nobody is intrigued any longer,” commented CJP, Justice Gulzar Ahmed.

The top court while requesting the NAB to research the matter and present its underlying report inside 90 days, suspended the further becoming aware of the case. Head Office Sealed in Lahore

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