Malik Din convicted, sentenced to five years in jail


Islamabad June (TNS): NAB Court Special Judge Nisar Baig on Thursday sentenced Malik Din, former Circle Registrar Cooperative Housing Societies (Cooperatives Department) Islamabad, to five year in jail after he was found guilty in a corruption case.

The National Accountability Bureau, Rawalpindi, had arrested Malik Din on March 25, 216, over the allegation of misuse of authority while he was the administrator of Federation of Employees Cooperative Housing Society, E-11/1, E-11/2 Islamabad. The convict, Malik Din, by misusing his authority as administrator of the housing society, illegally sold out the graveyard and school plots of the housing scheme to the private parties for personal gains and commercial purpose.

The NAB had filed a Rs678 million corruption reference against Malik Din in the accountability and he was sent to the jail.

Malik Din is already languishing in Adiala Jail after he was arrested for amassing assets worth millions of rupees and allotting plots in his own name in posh sectors of Islamabad. The anti-graft body had taken into its custody the documents regarding the plots owned by him and other official records, during a raid at his residence soon after he was arrested.