Lahore: NAB nabs 2 accused involved in Rs22m scam
LAHORE: Punjab National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Sunday claimed to have arrested two accused allegedly involved in embezzlement of Rs 22 millions. In first case, Imran Rafique was arrested for getting loan of Rs 20 millions fraudulently. Imran’s father and others were also involved in the scam. During preliminary investigation, the NAB recovered Rs 4.2 millions where as his total liability was of Rs 10 million said spokesman.
He said NAB was trying to arrest rest of his accomplices and raids were being conducted for their arrest. A case was registered against him and accused was produced in accountability court to get physical remand. In another case, NAB arrested Hameed Akhtar, proprietor of Al–Amin traders, Faisalabad. The accused was allegedly involved in getting loan issued in his favor from UBL Faisalabad Kutchery branch of worth Rs 2.4 million. The accused was arrested from Faisalabad and he would be produced in accountability court on Monday (today) to get his physical remand, spokesman concluded.