NAB Summons Mian Mansha in Money Laundering on 17 August

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) summoned renowned businessman Mian Mansha in 95 million dollars money laundering case on August 17.
Mian Mansha is ordered to appear before NAB team in person, 3 Member NAB team will probe Mian Mansha about alleged money laundering of 95 million dollars.
The petition against Mian Mansha filed by Pakistan Workers Party’s Farooq Sehlria as he has already recorded his statement to NAB before election 2018.He is considered one of the close aides of the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif.
According to , sources Mian Mansha has transferred 95 million dollars to UK through money laundering. He is the owner of MCB Bank, Nishat Group, DG Khan Cement as Adam Insurance and Nishat Power companies have also in his ownership.
Although the accountability watchdog has summoned notable businessmen and politicians in recent months, Mian Mansha did not come under the radar of the bureau.
The investigations have been launched against the influential figure on a request forwarded by the chairman of Pakistan Workers Party.
On the other hand, FIA has completed its report over money laundering which will be submitted before the Supreme Court on Monday.
According to the FIA’s compiled report, more than 10 political personalities are allegedly involved in fictitious transactions worth Rs 35 billion.
ccording to sources, four more fake accounts have been traced. The FIA has found evidence of more than nine billion rupees of money laundering through these fake accounts.
FIA sources said that the evidence of a total of Rs 32 billion rupees of money laundering has been found. The FIA is set to submit its report in Supreme Court on Monday.