- NAB CIT produces documents relating to both the cases.
- The anti-corruption body questioned the former first lady about Al-Qadir University.
- The Consul General in Dubai was recalled by the authorities in the investigation of the Toshakhana case.
Islamabad: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Tuesday questioned Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi, who appeared before the anti-corruption watchdog at its Rawalpindi office probing the Toshakhana case. Had happened 190 crore settlement case, news informed of.
Sources said that some documents have also been presented before the Joint Investigation Teams (CIT) of both the cases.
He said the PTI chief, who is embroiled in several cases including corruption cases related to a multi-million pound settlement with the state gift depository and the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA), about gifts kept and sold by him. Interrogated.
The former first lady was also asked about matters related to Al-Qadir University and land acquisition.
Consul General of Pakistan in Dubai recalled
Meanwhile, the authorities recalled Pakistan’s Consul General in Dubai, Hasan Afzal Khan, to probe the Toshakhana case against the former prime minister.
Hasan, who is the former chief of protocol and director general of the Ministry of External Affairs, has reported back to the department.
It may be noted that the Chief of Protocol receives a list of various matters relating to foreign visits of Prime Ministers through the Ministry of External Affairs.
This list includes the details of gifts received by the Prime Minister and members of his delegation.
Given that Hasan is the first official to have full knowledge of the gifts received by the then Prime Minister and his associates from foreign governments, he could play an important role in the investigation of the Toshakhana case.