NAB’s Alim Khan’s body remittances dismissed, transferred to prison on judicial remand
LAHORE: The Accountability Court rejected the demands of NAB for further physical remand of Tehreek-e-Insaf’s leader and former senior provincial minister Punjab Abdul Ali Khan and sent him to the judicial remand.
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) presented Alam Khan against the Accountability Court in case of assurances of assets more than income, where his further remand was offered.
The court rejected the demand for further physical remand by the NAB, and ordered him to transfer Kot Lakhpat prison till 18 March on judicial remand.
On the other hand, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Shoaib Siddiqui spoke with media outside the accountability court and expressed his satisfaction over the order of the court and said that NAB had demanded the remand of Alam Khan in the court and said that he showed any property No, when there is no such letter that Alam Khan has not given to NAB.
He said that the court ruled the appointment of NAB to send the jail to the jail. Today, Allah has done us the case in court, Inshaullah Alam Khan will be soon.
Shoaib Siddique further said that soon after consultation, he will also submit the bail petition for Abdul Ali Khan.
It is clear that NAB Lahore February 6 had asked Alam Khan for offshore noise company scandal and investigations for income-related assets, for which he reached the NAB office, where he was arrested.
After the arrest, Alam Khan resigned from the ministry of senior provincial municipalities.