Chairman NAB receives application against his top official for exerting pressure on MOCECHS.
Islamabad -- After pressure exerted by the top officials of the NAB, the executive body of Ministry of Commerce Employees Cooperative Housing Society has approached the Chairman NAB in the open court.
Ittehad group of MoC Employees Cooperative Housing Society has appealed Chairman NAB, Justice (r ) Javed Iqbal to take stern action in accordance with law against NAB officers including DG Rawalpindi, Nasir Iqbal Mirza, DG HR Shakeel Anjum, Assistant Director Qasim Khan and other officers who misused their powers and mad a bid to exert pressure on registrar and society administration, it made appeal through an application submitted in the open court.
It alleged that losing group.. Inqilabi group was engaged in hatching conspiracies to occupy the society illegally while the said group tried to let reject the nomination papers of Ittehad group's contesting candidates under the patronage of NAB officers.
It further accused the NAB officer for summoning office-bearers of Ittehad group to NAB office by using tactics and exerted pressure on them to quit the electioneering. Office-bearers were also given warned of dire consequences if they had not relinquished the election process while NAB officers directly exerted pressure on ICT election commission administrator and deputy registrar for postponement of election and also hurled threats that if the elections were not postponed then they would include them in any reference.
Later, NAB senior officers also put pressure on ICT registrar office not to issue notification about victory of Ittehad group and after this failure, freeze assets of the society by misusing the powers so that Ittehad group could not launch work for welfare of society and allottees.
Ittehad group has written to Chairman NAB that this illegal act was not only creating hurdle in developmental works of the society but 7000 allottees were being deprive of the shelters while society was facing loss of billion rupees and said NAB officers were responsible of this huge loss. They appealed accountability and action against the top officers of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) so were damaging the repute and goodwill of the society.
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|Publication:||The Messenger (Karachi, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Jan 27, 2018|
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