Executive Committee of The National Accountability Bureau

At the Wednesday meeting, the Executive Committee of the National Accountability Bureau approved nine inquiries on various characteristics, including four investigations of former governors of PPP MNA Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah and Khyber Paktunkhwa Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan and several government ministries. did. Close some of the inquiries due to lack of evidence.

According to media reports

The NAB chairman resigned Jawed Iqbal and presided over a meeting that approved the submission of corruption standards to Sed Ikramullah Shah. The former Chief Engineer, Operation, Fata circle, and Tribal Electric Supply Company (Tesco) misused his authority to allow illegal power connections to various steel mills, sending the loss of a millionaires to a national grave. The meeting approved nine inquiries, including Khursheed Shah, Mehtab Khan, Khalid Sherdil, former Minister of Industry and Punjab.

Mohammad Iqbal Khan, SDFO, sub-divisions under Mingora and others; Certain officers and officials of the Auqaf Department of KP; Ministry of Education, Quetta; Officers and officials of the state highway development department, Khairpur; Munawwar Nazir Abbasi, former chief executive of Sukkur Power Supply Company and others; To the Punjabi Department of Public Security and highway bureaucrats. In order to determine corruption standards for former officials of Tesco.

The NAB Board of Directors also approved four investigations into the management of oil and gas development companies to officials of the privatization committee, trust and investment bankers, information and broadcasting ministry officials and officials, and officials of the Kharber Development Authority, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and others .

The meeting also decided to conduct a survey with the provincial chief secretary for special thanks to KP officials and treasurers. It approved Mohammad Noor Wazir Professor and Khyber Medical College's associate in Peshawar to the relevant universities. Peshawar, etc. Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Farooq Bazai, Balochistan. Other inquiries to Vice-Chancellor of the Information Technology.

Engineering and Management Sciences and other officials of the higher education board Change, inquiry about the government of Galiyat Allah Ditta Raza Chaudhry of Lahore GC University KP, an anti-corruption organization that submitted special inspections and investigations to the Punjab local government departments and management and officials of the capital market management company (Rawalpindi and Gujranwala).

The NAB board of directors is also represented by Syed Tanveer-ul-Hassan Gillani, former Federal Prime Minister and President Anjuman Islamia, Dr. MNA Iftikhar Gillani, Dr. Shahid Mehboob, GC University, Former Vice-Chancellor of Faisalabad, Afzal Bhatti, Punjab and others, Fazal Sheikh, finance minister, quests, and so on.

The NAB chairman pledged to turn the case of a white-collar crime into a logical conclusion, and the group denies the use of all possible resources to punish corrupt elements and incite criminals.

High ranking members of the Pakistan Bar Committee

The three high ranking members of the Pakistan Bar Committee (PBC) approached the Supreme Court in accordance with Article 184 (3) of the Constitution, and the Supreme Court's (SJC) in the Presidential Standard for two high court judges - Qazi Faez Isa and Sind High Court AKA Department of Justice. The letter-type resolution sent to the PBC secretary was written by the former President of the Supreme Court's Lawyers Association (SCBA), Rasheed A. Razvi, Kamran Murtaza and Akhtar Hussain.

The resolution asked the PBC to submit a petition to the Supreme Court and suggested that the members of the SJC would not be included in the bench constructed to hear the case. Kamran Murtaza told us that the PBC's resolution would soon be approved. The Supreme Judiciary Committee has held three hearings so far and has issued two major cause announcements to the Board of Trustees.

The first relates to the Presidential standards of the Justice Department against judges in the United Kingdom that are owned by the wife and children. The second was issued by the attorney general of Isa to a letter written by a lawyer from Lahore after he delivered two letters to Dr. Arif Alvi. Judge Isa asked Supreme Court Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa to order proof of his reply and to make it public.

This resolution was proposed by three senior members of the council in 1976 under the provisions of the Patric Legal Practitioners and Bar Councils Rules, 197. The resolution reminded Pakistan's Bar Council of its immediate withdrawal and accusation of federal remarks on the two judges "based on unjust intent and undue motivation to attack independent judges.

At the request of the PBC, the Islamabad Bar Committee, SCBA and other lawyers' groups were shaken to submit 'Malapia Reference Literature' to two judges and organized numerous bargaining negotiations. However, despite the constant ups and downs of the bar, the government did not pay attention to the demand for the withdrawal of references.

The PBC expressed fears that the decision on the reference would not be long since the SJC was sitting and holding regularly. The resolution says it has expressed concern that the legitimate brotherhood system has been redeemed when the judiciary's independence is undermined.
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