NAB approves Rs 21 billion plea bargain in fake accounts case


In a major development in the fake bank accounts case, the National Accounting Office (NAB) Tuesday approved a 21 billion rupee court deal from one of the defendants.

According to the scene of the fall of the occupation of government lands in the case of fraudulent bank accounts, Al-Banna Ahsanullah confessed to his crime.

NAB stated that after the occupation of Sindh government and Pakistani steel plant lands, Elahi planned to build a residential community after offering a bribe of 35 million rupees to the Director General of the Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA).

Ihsan, with the help of his commander Aftab Pathan, secured the allocation of 562 acres of government land in Maleer Bin Qasim in exchange for 29 acres of private land. But according to the law, private land cannot be exchanged for government-owned land.

Moreover, 300 million rupees were repatriated to 356 PAPs.

The plea deal was approved by retired NAB Justice President Javed Iqbal.

Former President Asif Ali Zardari, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, his aunt Faryal Talpur, former Prime Minister Qaim Ali Shah, Regional Minister Anwar Siyal and others were among 172 defendants in the fake accounts case.

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