Al-Qadir Trust case: NAB team raids main office of Bahria Town

Al-Qadir Trust case: NAB team raids main office of Bahria Town

Al-Qadir Trust case: NAB team raids main office of Bahria Town

NAB raids main office of Bahria Town

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ISLAMABAD: A NAB team has raided the main office of Bahria Town to recover documents related to the Al-Qadir University Trust.

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NAB officials, with the assistance of police, have blocked the roads leading to the office. Pedestrians are also being prevented from accessing the road leading to the Bahria Town Corporate Office.

The NAB and police may also conduct a raid on the office of Bharia Enclave. Sources said that the raiding team could not have found any document related to Al-Qadir University Trust so far.

The NAB and police may also conduct a raid on the office of Bahria Enclave. Sources indicated that the raiding team has not yet found any documents related to the Al-Qadir University Trust.

However, NAB Rawalpindi has acquired all documents from the Bahria Town office, where the team stayed for one hour. NAB officials also questioned the Bahria Town staff.

Footage of the raid has surfaced, showing the team searching through files and other documents.

The NAB conducted the raid to gather evidence related to the £190 million scandal, in which Malik Riaz and his son are implicated.

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The police subjected reporters to torture while they were filming the raid.

A private TV channel reporter, Saleh Mughal, was among those mistreated by the law enforcers outside the Bahria Town office.

“They took my cousin’s mobile phone and broke it, they broke one of my mobile phones, and they also took the car and the keys,” Mughal said.

Strongly reacting to the NAB’s raid, Malik Riaz took to X formally Twitter, he said that he would not become approver in any case, whatever brutality they do with me.

 

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