The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi has summoned Senate Deputy Chairman Saleem Mandviwalla on December 9 here on Saturday.
Saleem Mandviwalla, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader – has been directed to appear before the anti-graft body for investigation regarding fake bank account
On the other hand, an accountability court in Sukkur has extended the judicial remand of another senior PPP leader Khursheed Shah for five days in assets beyond income case.
The court has directed to produce Khursheed Shah before it on December 12 again.
Shah was produced before the NAB court in an ambulance from the NICVD hospital amid tight security measures.
The court extended judicial remand of the former opposition leader in National Assembly till December 12. During the today’s hearing, the judge asked Shah about his health.
“Shah Sahab… how is your health now”, the judge asked, “I’m fine, no any issue”, Syed Khursheed replied.
On November 23, an accountability court had extended judicial remand of Shah for 15 days.
The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader is facing charges of corruption in assets beyond means of income reference.
“Syed Khursheed Shah has opened as many as 105 banks accounts under his and family members name in Karachi, Sukkur and other cities”, NAB sources claimed.
Multiple corruption cases against Shah are under investigation with NAB.
In 2012, an accountability court had directed NAB to file a reference against him on a complaint pertaining to alleged accumulation of illegitimate assets.