RAWALPINDI: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi has achieved the biggest success in the fake accounts scandal, the accountability court has accepted the plea bargain of Rs 21 billion.

According to details, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi was found guilty of embezzling government lands in a fake accounts scandal, and a plebiscite worth Rs 21 billion was approved by NAB Rawalpindi.


Builder Ehsan Elahi confessed to the crime, after which the steel mill and Sindh government lands were handed over. Ehsan Elahi had paid a bribe of Rs 35 million to DG SBCA Manzoor Qadir.

NAB said that Ehsan Elahi had planned the society on government land, which was approved by Manzoor Qadir. 300 million has also been distributed among 356 victims of the housing society.

In front of Ehsan Elahi, 262 acres were allotted through Aftab Pathan. In exchange for 29 acres of private land, the accused allotted 562 acres of government land in Malirban Qasim. According to the law, government land cannot be exchanged for private land.

A total of 562 acres of government land was embezzled, 362 acres of Pakistan Steel. The plebiscite application was approved by NAB chairman Javed Iqbal. DG NAB Rawalpindi has approached the court for confirmation of plebiscite.

DG NAB Irfan Mangi said that all the lands and funds have been recovered and plebiscite should be approved.

Deputy Prosecutor General Sardar Muzaffar in his statement said that NAB Rawalpindi has achieved great success today, NAB Rawalpindi recovered Rs 21 billion, and the plea bargain application of Rs 21 billion was accepted by the accountability court.

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