Court directed NAB to file supplementary reference in two weeks

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Accountability court in Islamabad on Thursday has conducted hearing on fake bank accounts and kidney hills reference against Deputy Chairman Senate Saleem Mandviwalla today (Thursday).

During the proceedings, the court has ordered National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to file supplementary reference in two weeks and provide its copies to the accused.

Subsequently, the hearing has been adjourned till February 18.

According to the NAB’s kidney hill plots allotment case, Saleem Mandviwalla had facilitated Ejaz Haroon in selling government lands to Omni Group’s chief executive officer (CEO) Abdul Ghani Majeed.

NAB stated that Ejaz Haroon had prepared backdated files of the plots and got hefty amount in exchange for the plots.

The anti-corruption watchdog alleged that Saleem Mandviwalla and Ejaz Haroon had received Rs140 million through fake bank accounts.