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NAB Karachi has recovered Rs 10.861 billion and deposited in the national exchequer. NAB Rawalpindi recovered Rs 14.653 billion and NAB Multan has recovered Rs 2.5 billion from the corrupt.
NAB Rawalpindi had filed the reference in the Accountability Court of Islamabad against Mr Gilani, Muhammad Saleem, former principal information officer (PIO), PID; Farooq Awan, former secretary of ministry of information technology; Riaz Asher Siddiqui, former chief executive officer, Universal Services Fund (USF); Inam Akbar, CEO of Midas; Syed Hasan Shikoh, former company secretary, USF; and Muhammad Hanif, former PA to PRO of IT over misuse of authority in the illegal publicity campaign through Midas and attempt to cause loss to the national exchequer.
Ijaz Ahmed Shah warned that the walls of 'Raiwind Palace' would be razed, if the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif would not return the embezzled money in the nation exchequer.
MPs want the counties to be given Sh317 billion by the Exchequer while senators have proposed Sh326 billion.
Multi-billion dollar questions which remain unanswered so far areas to who is to be blamed for this huge loss to the public exchequer and who has to pay and why WAPDA Chairman and the former PM have not been quizzed for this great loss to the national exchequer so far.
She added that media reports have revealed the provincial health minister is the patron-in-chief of Thalassemia Society of Pakistan and Alzheimer Society of Pakistan and the amount was issued to said NGO from national exchequer.
DUBAI: Saudi Arabia's King Salman on Sunday met British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond at Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah to discuss economic and financial investments between the two countries and security cooperation amid heightened tensions with Iran.
The Executive Board Meeting (EBM) of anti graft watchdog, chaired by Justice Javed Iqbal also okayed conducting six investigations against various persons on the allegations of inflicting million of rupees losses to national exchequer, a press release said.
The EBM accorded approval of filing three corruption reference against Tariq Qazi, Chief Executive Officer NTDC and others on the allegations of illegally investing Rs 200 million in Trust Investment Bank and consequently inflicting Rs 165.86 million losses to the national exchequer.
"No explanation has been provided as to why revenue totalling Sh188 million was not remitted to the exchequer as at June 2018.
The suspect caused a loss of Rs29.25 million to the national exchequer.A reference against Ali Gohar Dahri and others has also been accorded approval.
The former minister said that elite and ruling class spends millions of rupees on their protocol and overblown security causing heavy damages to the national exchequer. Around 3 billion rupees have been spend on the protocol of few elite families in the country.