Islamabad: NAB approves 3 corruption cases against accused
ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has approved three references against accused Saeed Ahmad, Abdul Baqi Mahar and Niaz Ali Baloch for their alleged involvement in different corruption cases. This was decided by the executive board of the NAB in a meeting presided over by its Chairman Nawid Ahsan here on Thursday. The sources said that FIR had initially registered the case against Saeed Ahmad and other co-accused on the complaint of controller Military Accounts Defence Purchase on March 17, 2003. Investigation revealed that Saeed Ahmed had established two companies namely M/s Keath & Co and M/s Saeed & Co by opening three fake accounts on fake CNICs.
Accused Ali Muhammd Akhtar and Saeed Ahmed had prepared forged cheques obtaining
illegal pecuniary advantage of Rs5.5 million. Accused Akhtar remained in judicial custody while Saeed Ahmed is absconding.
Abdul Baqi Mahar, ex-District Registrar Karachi acquired assets worth Rs31.2 million and found disproportionate to his known sources of income while Niaz Ali Baloch as Excise & Taxation Officer acquired assets disproportionate to his known sources of income.