KARACHI: Former chief minister of Sindh, Qaim Ali Shah, skipped National Accountability Bureau (NAB) hearing on Monday.
Ex-CM Sindh was summoned by the accountability watchdog in connection with the ‘illegal’ allotment of the Malir Development Authority land.
Qaim Ali Shah was supposed to appear before NAB at 2pm to record his statement. Shah is accused of allotting the MDA land illegally.
However, Shah did not appear before the Bureau and informed the authorities that he would attend NAB hearings after knocking the legal doors. NAB is currently investigating 19 important personalities in Sindh.