ISLAMABAD: The Federal Government has decided to formally refer cases of misappropriation of billions of rupees development funds in Sindh province to National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
After the approval of the Senate Standing Committee, the Federal Government took the decision to refer these cases of corruption of misappropriation of funds in Sindh province to the NAB.
According to the Ministry of Interior, the government has now decided to file cases against project directors, director generals of the concerned department authorities, engineers and some consultant companies and the residents engineers of the projects.
“In this regard the NAB has been directed by the government to prepare cases,” said a press release issued by Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Monday.
It said the Federal Government is determined to pursue the references in the Accountability Courts including Larkana Development Package’s five projects amounting Rs nine billion in six cases, Shaheed Benazir Abad Development Package’s nine projects amounting Rs 7 billion in three cases, Tameer E Karachi Prgramme’s 17 mega development projects amounting Rs 13 billion in seven cases, Hyderabad Development Package’s seven projects amounting Rs 3.9 billion in seven cases, Khairpur Development Programme’s two projects amounting Rs 250 million in two cases, Greater Hyderabad Sewerage Project’s amounting Rs 500 million in one case, Sehwan Development Authority’s amounting Rs three billion in three cases, Malir Development Authority’s amounting 15 billion in three cases, Lyari Expressway Resettlement Project’s amounting Rs two billion in one case and Hyderabad Development Authority’s amounting Rs five billion in to cases.