Illegal land allotment case, Accountability court to indict Mustafa Kamal on July 27

By Web Desk, BOL News

11th July, 2019

The Accountability Court has decided to indict Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Founder Mustafa Kamal and other accused in a case pertaining to illegal allotment of state-owned lands on July 27.

At the outset of the hearing, NAB’s investigation officer told the accountability court that notices were re-sent to all suspects along with copies of the filed reference.

Mustafa Kamal, again, did not appear before the court for the hearing.

Director General Sindh Building Control Authority Iftikhar QaimKhani filed a plea seeking offering of Hajj.

To this, the court recommended him to approach Sindh High Court for the purpose and then adjourned the hearing of NAB reference till July 27.

In its ruling, the court stated that the accused including PSP founder will be indicted on July 27.

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