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KP NAB authorizes against directorate health FATA, Police officers

KP NAB authorizes against directorate health FATA, Police officers

PESHAWAR: A meeting of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa held Wednesday with Director General (DG) Brig (R) Farooq Naser Awan in the meeting for disposal of complaints lodged against corrupt individuals.

The meeting was attended by Directors, Additional Directors, Case Officers, Senior Legal Consultants and other concerned officers. Several important decisions were taken in the meeting.

During the meeting it was decided to initiate preliminary probe into various complaints. A probe was authorized against officers/officials of Directorate of Health Services, FATA and others regarding corruption and corrupt practices. The subjects are alleged to have embezzled funds in Rs 200 million worth projects for Polio Vaccination in FATA.

Another probe has been initiated against officers of Police Department Bannu regarding corruption and corrupt practices. It is alleged that the subject have embezzled funds allocated for TADA of police personnel. Further, funds allocated for TADA was used to provide food to Police personnel.

A preliminary probe was also authorized against Komail Khan (private person) regarding cheating public at large on the pretext of fake Mudarabah business. The subject lured general public to invest in the mudarabah business by providing exorbitant profit. An initial probe was also authorized against ZRK Industries (Pvt) Ltd, Peshawar Particle Board Industries (Pvt) Ltd and Alliance Wood (Pvt) Ltd regarding money laundering scams

They are alleged to have received loans without security and are interest free. Financial statements show subspecies entries. At the end, Director General NAB (KP) Brig (R) Farooq Naser Awan requested general public to join hands with NAB (KP) for eradication of corruption from the Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.