MUZAFFARGARH – Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif said on Saturday that National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is a constitutional institution which can summon anyone to appear before it.

While addressing the inauguration ceremony of Tayyab Erdogan Hospital’s expansion plan in Muzaffargarh, CM Punjab said that NAB had summoned him earlier and he would appear before the anti-graft watchdog again if called in a case.

Commenting about Pakistan Peoples’ party Chief Asif Zardari, the CM Punjab said that speaking about Zardari is tantamount to wasting time.

“Pakistan wasn’t made for Zardari’s looting and Imran’s sit-ins,” he added

“We will try to bring South Punjab at par with central Punjab if voted to government again,” Asserted the younger Sharif.

Hamza Shehbaz summoned by NAB in Saaf Pani Company case

The NAB has summoned Shehbaz Sharif in the Punjab Saaf Pani Company case. The Punjab chief minister is to appear before the anti-graft body on June 4.

According to NAB, a questionnaire had also been sent to Shehbaz.

The chief minister had earlier appeared before NAB in the Ashian-e-Iqbal Housing Scheme corruption case.

Earlier, National Accountability Bureau summoned Hamza Shehbaz, the son of Chief Minister Punjab, Shehbaz Sharif regarding an ongoing corruption inquiry against the management of Punjab Saaf Pani Company.