NAB Reported Four References Against the Sharif Family

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The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) reported on Monday that it would record four references against the Sharif family for their seaward resources in light of the Supreme Court’s July 28 decision.

The references would be recorded in the Islamabad/Rawalpindi responsibility courts inside a month and a half of the best court’s judgment.

The main reference will be identified with properties claimed by Nawaz Sharif’s children including the Avenfield Properties (Flat No.16 and 16-A, 17 and 17-An Avenfield House, Park Lane, London, United Kingdom).

The second reference will relate to the foundation of the Azizia Steel Company and the Hill Metal Company.

The third one will be identified with the organizations said in section 9 of the judgment (Flagship Investments Limited, Hartstone Properties Limited, Que Holdings Limited;

Quint Eaton Place 2 Limited, Quint Saloane Limited (some time ago Quint Eaton Place Limited), Quaint Limited, Flagship Securities Limited, Quint Gloucester Place Limited, Quint Paddington Limited (previously Rivates Estates Limited), Flagship Developments Limited, Alanna Services Limited (BVI), Lankin SA (BVI), Chadron Inc, Ansbacher Inc, Coomber Inc and Capital FZE (Dubai).

The fourth reference will relate to respondent No. 10 (Ishaq Dar) for having resources past his known wellsprings of salary.

The Supreme Court had precluded the head administrator and requested a test into his and his family’s seaward resources.

At a meeting of the NAB Executive Board at its home office, it was chosen that the references would be set up on the premise of the material gathered by the joint examination group (JIT) testing the Sharif family’s seaward resources in its report.

Some other material may likewise be utilized including that “accessible with the Federal Investigation Agency and NAB having nexus with the benefits in the said cases or which may accordingly end up noticeably accessible including material that may end up plainly accessible in as per the Mutual Legal Assistance asks for sent by JIT to various purviews”.

The officers concerned have been coordinated to effectively and professionally handle the whole procedure in the set down time restrict, NAB said in an announcement.

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