Today, the National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) Lahore wing has recovered Rs. 330 million from the house of a retired 16-grade government officer in Lahore.
According to the reports, NAB Lahore raided an ex-government officers’ residence in the EME society of Lahore and recovered cash and bonds worth Rs. 330 million. NAB officials said they conducted the raid his house when they were informed that the ex-government official possessed resources beyond known sources of income. They further said that NAB team recovered Rs100 million cash, prize bonds worth Rs170 million and foreign currency worth Rs30 million during the raid. However, the accountability bureau did not reveal the identity of the suspect informing the media that they were seeking more assets details of the former government official.
Earlier, NAB also announced that those lodging fake or baseless complaints would be checked seriously against and they may face a year’s imprisonment and a penalty as well. Furthermore, the complainant shall have to submit an affidavit along with the complete documentary evidence of the complaint.
The spokesperson for NAB also told that the inquiry of complaints shall be completed within four months after the authentication of the complaint. Moreover, the bureau will issue a diary number to the complainant who will be able to track his complaint after two months.