Fake bank accounts scam: NAB summons Sindh CM on June 4
KARACHI - National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi has summoned Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on June 4.
According to media detail, the anti-corruption watchdog has summoned the Sindh chief minister for questioning in connection with its investigation into a case pertaining to the multi-billion fake bank accounts scam and alleged embezzlement in a solar light project.
The Sindh CM is expected to appear before NAB’s joint investigation team tomorrow at 11 am.
The NAB has written a letter to Islamabad police for security arrangements of the CM during the appearance.
It will be second appearance of Murad Ali Shah before the NAB in the said cases.
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