NAB summons Musharraf, Sehba
RAWALPINDI: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned former General (retd) Pervez Musharraf and his wife Sehba in multibillion corruption probe next week.
The military dictator and his wife have been asked to explain how they bought at least 10 expensive properties.
According to details, two separate summon has been issued to the former dictator and his wife and his two children and son-in-law, asking them to appear in the NAB Rawalpindi office on July 10, along with relevant documents.
The summons was issued by NAB Rawalpindi office investigation officer Malik Zubair. “The competent authority has taken cognizance of an offence committed by you under the provisions of NAO (NAB Ordinance) 1999,” says the notice. Musharraf has been asked to appear before the NAB along with asset details on July 10 (Tuesday). A similar notice was issued to his wife on July 2.
The NAB is probing allegations of corruption against Musharraf on a complaint of a retired army officer Colonel Inamur Rahim Advocate, who had submitted detailed evidence against the former dictator. Col Rahim alleged that Musharraf misused his authority and illegally allotted multiple expensive plots to himself and his favorites worth about Rs1,000 billion. —Online