Fake accounts case, NAB Rawalpindi’s decision to freeze property confirmed

April 6, 2021: According to a report of Baaghi TV, the accountability court of Islamabad upheld the decision of NAB Rawalpindi to freeze the property in fake accounts case. NAB Investigating Officer Mubashir Karim’s Accountability Court Recorded in Islamabad Plot Nos. 86 and 97 in Model Town Lahore Block C linked to fake accounts were frozen.

Abdul Ghani Majeed had taken a loan of Rs 300 million in the name of an anonymous company. The loan taken in the name of an anonymous company was not repaid. Anonymous plots and shares of Omni Group frozen in Lahore.

It should be noted that Asif Zardari was detained for 6 months and 2 days in fake accounts case, money laundering and Park Lane references. He remained under treatment in PIMS. PIMS was declared a sub-jail by the jail authorities.

Former President Asif Ali Zardari was arrested by NAB after his bail application was rejected by the Islamabad High Court. Asif Zardari’s sister was also arrested and later released on bail by the court. According to NAB, Asif Zardari and Faryal Talpur, the accused are also accused of illegally issuing funds to various companies, 24 accused have been named in the reference, NAB has filed a reference in the accountability court of Islamabad. Rs 2150 million on the accused.

The investigation into the fake bank accounts case began on the orders of the Supreme Court. According to a report submitted to the Islamabad High Court by Deputy Prosecutor General NAB Sardar Muzaffar Abbasi, two references have been filed against Asif Zardari while six references are under investigation. A total of 26 inquiries and investigations are underway in the fake bank accounts case, the NAB report said.

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