According to the details, the NAB Rawalpindi took managers of three sugar mills into the custody after recording the statement of the co-chairman of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari in a case pertaining to fake bank accounts.
The details claim that one of the detained three persons is Muhammad Kazim Ali, the manager finance of sugar mills. The suspect who was arrested by the anti-corruption watchdog was involved in the fraud of Rs 864 million with the help of Omni Group.
The other two arrested suspects are including Faisal and Amanullah. Faisal Nadeem is the finance manager of chamber sugar mills and details said that he received almost Rs 40 million through the fake documentation from the provincial government of Sindh and also borrowed billions of rupees through the fake papers.
The third accused in the case is Amanullah who is the finance manager of Khoshki Sugar mills who got the subsidy of Rs 20 million from the PPP-led provincial government of Sindh through a fake firm and defaulted as many as Rs 18 million of the farmers. A loss of Rs 20 million was also made through the fake bank accounts in the name of at least 9 employees.
Justice (R) Javed Iqbal, the chairman of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has issued the arrest warrants of the three accused and they would be produced in the accountability court on Tuesday (today).