NAB opposes bail plea of Khawaja Asif: LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Tuesday has actually opposed the bail appeal of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Khawaja Asif in properties situation
The anti-graft watchdog, in its reply sent in the Lahore High Court (LHC), stated NAB released possessions past ways query against Khawaja Asif is according to the law as properties do not match with his earnings.
The NAB even more stated that the PML-N stalwart failed to give reaction in possessions and cash laundering charges. The bureau has begged with the court to turn down the appeal of the PML-N leader as an investigation against him is still underway.
The anti-graft watchdog charged that a financial institution peon in Lahore had sent over Rs28 million to the bank account of Khawaja Asif adhering to the orders of senior policemans.
It stated that the nephew of Khawaja Asif, Khawaja Sultan, had submitted Rs20 million to his bank account after being told by his paternal uncle.
An elderly political employee Rana Abdul Waheed had actually submitted Rs30 million to Asif’s account as well as informed the NAB that the money was offered to him by Asif.
An additional political protestor Sarmad Ijaz had actually withdrawn Rs5 million from Asif’s checking account and handed him over the cash.
The files stated that Asif had actually fallen short to respond to the NAB’s query relating to the money where it was made.