NAB to File Three More Interim Reference Against Sharif’s

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has decided to file three more supplementary references against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday over corruption charges in Flagship Investment and other 15 companies.
The decision was made in NAB’s executive board meeting held with the chair of chairman Justice retired Javed Iqbal in Islamabad.The meeting has decided to file first interim references against Nawaz Sharif for corruption in Flagship Investment and other 15 companies, second references will also be filed over the cases of Alazizia Steel Mills and Hill Matle case and third references will be filed against Nawaz Sharif and other in Avenfeild case.
The meeting has also ordered the inquiry against the officials of civil aviation for misuse of authority, NTS administration, department of Health Punjab and owners of Chaudhary Sugar mills.The board has also given approval to hold investigation against Nawaz Sharif, Shehbaz Sharif, Hamza Sharif, Kalsoom Nawaz, Maryam Nawaz, Fazal Dad and Masroor Anwar in Chuadhary Sugar Mills.
According to NAB release, the inquiry against the owner of Maqsood and Company Malik Maqsood for making assests beyond the known sources will also be conducted while another interim references against Ishaq Dar was also approved.Board has also decided to conduct probe against Pakistan Steel Mills administration for their scam and misuse of employees’ provident funds and gratuity that caused the loss of Rs 7.5 billion loss to national exchequer.
Chairman NAB has also approved inquiry against arrested Ahad Cheema and others on complaints over r misusing powers and fraud.