While pursuing the corruption elements of Pakistan, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi has recovered a huge amount of Rs 2.12 billion in a case pertaining to fake bank accounts.
The inquiry of the fake bank accounts was initiated against several suspects including the former President and co-chairman of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari who is currently under the custody of anti-corruption watchdog.
As per the details of this recovery, NAB recovered the money from the officers of two companies Nooriabad Power Company and Sindh Transmission Funds as both of the suspects Asif Mehmood and Arif requested for the plea bargain.
As per the statement issued by the NAB over the issue, the final petition of the plea bargain will be submitted in the accountability court also known as the anti-corruption court.
The NAB further said that the suspects were involved in the corruption through the fake auctions along with the officials of the provincial government of Sindh.