70-year-old ex-bolstered secretary captured by NAB on unstable grounds

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ISLAMABAD: 70 year-old resigned secretary Suleman Ghani has been captured a couple of days back by NAB for not bringing up any criticism regarding a mining contract in an executive gathering of PUNJMIN (Punjab Mineral Department) which he had never visited.
Ghani, who by and large appreciates great notoriety, turned into the casualty of NAB’s uncontrolled forces to capture. Numerous in organization dread that the capture of a resigned administrator on shaky grounds will further unsettle the common assistance which is as of now hesitant to sign any record because of a paranoid fear of being captured by the Bureau.
The News has got duplicate of NAB’s “reason for captures” and the reaction of Ghani’s as imparted to this reporter by an authentic source.
As per the NAB’s “Ground for Arrest”, the request led so far uncovers at first sight inclusion of Suleman Ghani who is ex-executive Planning and Development, Punjab in thecommission of offenses as characterized under Section 9(a) and Schedule of the National Accountability Ordinance 1999.
Authority sources, who talk high about the notoriety of Ghani said the Bureau’s justification for capture are extremely feeble. With such wobbly grounds and without any solid ground it wasn’t right to capture the official, who generally could have been challenged to courtroom as was done if there should arise an occurrence of Babar Awan, Nawaz Sharif and some resigned commanders.

In a similar case, the NAB had prior captured previous Punjab serve for ranger service, untamed life and fisheries Mohammad Sibtain Khan, who was conceded bail by the LHC a month ago while deciding that the NAB had revived the case without following fair treatment

. Sibtain who was Punjab serve for mines and minerals was blamed for unlawfully granting a multi billion rupee contract for 500-metric huge amounts of iron metal tasks in Rajwah and Chiniot to M/s ERPL.

During the knowing about the case by two part seat involving Justice Ali Baqar Najafi and Justice Sardar Ahmad Naeem, the examiner contended before the seat that guidelines were not pursued while granting the agreement and the request was revived upon the suggestions of the NAB director.

In any case, the seat said the past request against the solicitor and others was dropped in 2013 in the light of a report by NAB which expressed that no misfortune had been caused to the open exchequer as the agreement was dropped by the Punjab government.

The agreement being referred to was dropped by Shahbaz Sharif government in 2008 preceding mines could be given over to the pertinent organization.

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