NAB summons details of former MPA’s properties: report

NAB summons details of former MPA’s properties: report

MULTAN: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has asked the cooperatives societies deputy registrar to provide details of properties of former MPA Ahmed Hassan Dehar, according to a report by a private media outlet.
In his letter to the deputy registrar written on Jan 30, Additional Director (Staff) Ahmad Mumtaz Bajwa has asked the officials concerned to provide details of immovable properties located in all schemes registered with the department in the names or transferred from the names of 23 individuals, including Dehar and his other family members.
In January, the NAB chairman ordered the inquiry against Mr Dehar and others after an application was received to the bureau regarding the alleged embezzlement of millions of rupees in the national exchequer, manipulation in state record, construction of road and colony on his private land.
The application stated that Mr Dehar allegedly misused his authority [as MPA] and funds for the development schemes of the constituency PP-200.
The applicant alleged that a number of development projects of roads, electricity, gas, sewerage were used by Mr Dehar to convert his agriculture tracts into commercial land despite the fact that the funds were meant for the constituency.
Dehar, who is now a leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, was an MPA of Pakistan Peoples Party (Parliamentarians) from 2008 to 2013 and also remained a member of tourism and resort development committee of Punjab Assembly.

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