ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Qamar Zaman Chaudhry has given go-ahead to file “civil petition for leave to appeal (CPLA)” in the Supreme Court in Hudaibiya Paper Mills case.
The NAB has collected the new evidences in Hudaibiya Paper Mills case from the joint investigation team (JIT) in Panama Papers case.
Acting Prosecutor General Accountability (AGPA) on Friday told the SC that the national anti-corruption watchdog has decided to reopen the Hudaibiya Paper Mills reference of 2000.
According to the documents, NAB Chairman Qamar Zaman Chaudhry chaired a meeting on Thursday at the NAB headquarters and discussed all options regarding filing of appeal in Hudaibiya Paper Mills case and also JIT report in Panama Papers.
The meeting was attended by NAB Deputy Chairman Imtiaz Tajwar, Director General Operations Zahir Shah and the officials of the prosecution department.
DG Operations and Prosecution Department briefed the meeting on the JIT report and the Bureau about the course of action in Hudaibiya Paper Mills case.