KARACHI: An accountability court in Karachi on Tuesday sentenced former assistant inspector normal (logistics) Tanveer Hussain Tahir to 10 years in jail on costs of alleged embezzlement of Rs50 million from Sindh Police funds.
The court docket additionally imposed a wonderful of Rs25 million on the ex-AIG.
Nevertheless, through the listening to of the corruption reference at this time, the court docket acquitted former AIG (finance) Syed Fida Hussain Shah.
The reference filed by the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) in opposition to Tahir alleged that he generated bogus payments to get large funds in identify of gasoline allowance for autos of the Sindh Police.
“After receiving gasoline allowance, cash was transferred to move constable Mohammad Rafique’s account,” NAB famous.
Final 12 months in October, the Supreme Courtroom had rejected Shah’s bail petition in a reference alleging his involvement within the Rs50 million rip-off.