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Fake accounts case: NAB traces man who made 45 foreign trips with Ayyan Ali

NAB to interrogate Senator Rukhsana Bangash in the money laundering case

SAMAA | - Posted: Mar 25, 2019 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
Posted: Mar 25, 2019 | Last Updated: 3 years ago

NAB to interrogate Senator Rukhsana Bangash in the money laundering case

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Former MNA Rukhsana Bangash has come under the radar of the National Accountability Bureau as it has decided to interrogate her in the money laundering case.

Rukhsana is the ex-political secretary of former president Asif Ali Zardari.

NAB has traced the person, who traveled abroad with the fashion model Ayyan Ali. The person accompanied Ali on 45 foreign trips, claimed NAB.

This man is Mushtaq. Former political secretary Bangash got Mushtaq appointed to the President House, according to NAB. “Mushtaq was appointed as a protocol officer on Bangash’s letter pad,” said NAB. It also claimed to have received her letter.

Related: Former Sindh CM Qaim Ali Shah seeks pre-arrest bail in fake accounts case

Meanwhile, the Islamabad High Court has taken up NAB’s appeal against Zardari’s acquittal in two NAB references in 2014. A two-member bench will hear the case on April 18.

The accountability court absolved him in the Polo Ground reference on May 28, 2014 and in the Ursus tractor reference on December 12, five years ago. NAB challenged the accountability court’s judgment to acquit Zardari.


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  1. Imran Sheikh  March 26, 2019 9:36 am/ Reply

    While it is common knowledge among the public the courts require strict proof and that is how it should be. It is now up to those entrusted by the State to investigate honestly and present the proof if any according to the law so the judge can deliver a fair verdict. If found guilty those who have betrayed public trust at this level must be given thd maximum punishment allowed by law for thd damage they have caused .

  2. Naji  March 26, 2019 3:04 pm/ Reply

    Go to SC you will get bail easily, if not go to LHC you will definitely get bail.No problem at all.

    • Ch K A Nye  March 26, 2019 6:32 pm/ Reply

      Especially if you can fake an illness and are part of the either of the 2 kleptocractic dynasties.

  3. Arif  March 26, 2019 10:19 pm/ Reply

    Still in doubt to confirm how is money transferred to foreign accounts. But law is blind until the looted money is brought back to support the crime as is the logic presented by these money grabbers & advocated by the paid tauts in courts

  4. Abdullah  March 27, 2019 6:34 am/ Reply

    All ill gotten money and properties should be confiscated n deposited in exchequer.

  5. Dr Gee  June 16, 2019 11:14 am/ Reply

    Innocent until proven guilty is what it should be but in case of NAB its the opposite

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