Important decisions taken during NAB (KP) regional board meeting

 
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Peshawar, April 30 (TNS): The Regional Board Meeting (RBM) of National Accountability Bureau Khyber Pakhtunkhwa was chaired by Farmanullah Khan, Director General NAB (KP) at Peshawar.

The meeting was attended by Directors, Deputy Prosecutor General (DPGA), Case Officers, and other concerned officers. Several important decisions were taken in the Regional Board Meeting.

The Board authorized inquiry against officers and officials of settlement department and others regarding misuse of authority. The subjects are alleged to have illegally sold 10 Kanal Federal Govt Land situated at Mahal Gabire, Hassan Ghari Peshawar. The land was acquired by Federal Govt for construction of residential accommodation for employees of Medical Center.

The board authorized inquiry against employees of LG&RDDD and TMA Town-III regarding corruption & corrupt practices. The subjects are alleged to have violated building Bylaws and converted residential areas into commercial plots situated at University Town.

The board authorized inquiry against employees of Education Deptt FATA regarding corruption. The subjects are alleged to have been drawing salaries on the name of ghost employees.

The regional board authorized inquiry against Naib Tehsildar, Takht Bhai, Noor-ul-Wahab, Patwari and Irrigation Deptt Mardan regarding corruption & corrupt practices. The subjects are alleged to have misused their authority by selling landed property donated to Sarfaraz Khan District Hospital Charity fund, Mardan measuring 291 Kanal.

The board authorized inquiry against Komail Khan resident of Mingora, District Swat. The accused person on the pretext of Muddaraba Business cheated public worth millions of rupees.

DG NAB (KP) vowed that as per directions of Honourable Justice Javed Iqbal Chairman NAB, NAB KP is determined to do across the board accountability on the basis of solid evidence as per law. He further said that eradication of corruption is not only our social and moral obligation but it also ensures prosperous future of our coming generations.