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NAB again summons Shehbaz in Punjab Power Company case

ISLAMABAD: The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif within the Punjab Energy Firm case.


The PML-N chief has been directed to look earlier than the NAB Lahore workplace on August 20 when he would seemingly be quizzed with regard to the case.
Shehbaz had earlier appeared earlier than NAB in July for questioning with regard to a probe pertaining to alleged monetary irregularities within the Punjab Energy Firm (PPC) and the Saaf Pani Firm (SPC).


Punjab Chief Secretary Zahid Saeed had earlier conceded earlier than the Supreme Courtroom {that a} single drop of water couldn’t be made obtainable to the individuals of the province regardless of the federal government having spent Rs4 billion on the Saaf Pani Undertaking.


The chief secretary informed the judges that to date Rs4 billion had been spent on Punjab Saaf Pani Firm (PSPC), arrange with an goal to make sure provide of potable water to the individuals, however not a single drop of water may very well be equipped.


Justice Nisar expressed displeasure over the authorities, saying a lot cash was squandered on commercial marketing campaign, however the mission couldn’t be accomplished.


He reiterated that everybody can be held to account and that he’ll guarantee each single penny of public cash is returned to the nationwide exchequer.

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