NAB approves reference towards MQM-P chief Rauf Siddiqui on corruption costs

The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) has accredited a corruption reference towards former Sindh minister Abdul Rauf Siddiqui over alleged misuse of authority and making unlawful appointments.

The corruption watchdog’s government board gave the go-ahead to the submitting of a reference towards Siddiqui upon completion of investigation towards him.

The Muttahida Qaumi Motion – Pakistan (MQM-P) chief has been accused of constructing 372 unlawful appointments and inflicting a lack of Rs420 million to the nationwide kitty.

The bureau’s government board additionally accredited 12 corruption inquiries towards a former president of the Nationwide Financial institution of Pakistan (NBP), Saeed Ahmed and officers of the Nationwide Electrical Energy Regulatory Authority (Nepra), Wapda, Port Qasim Authority, Sahiwal Coal Energy Firm.

Inquiries towards officers of Punjab and Sindh police, College of Swabi, Civil Aviation Authority and Bacha Khan Airport, Peshawar had been additionally accredited.