Dr Asim case, NAB found ‘reliable’ clues of money laundering


WEB DESK: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is said to have found ‘reliable’ clues of money laundering from Dr Asim Hussain.

Hussain, who has recently been indicted formally on charges of corruption and is under trial. This fresh episode of clues that the NAB has claimed to have found is about sending money to India through his brother-in-law Khalid Bin Shaheen.

The NAB has in this regard finalised all necessary preparations for a new reference against the accused; it has also recorded statements of Dr Hussain’s brother-in-law and an Indian citizen Sunil Sethi. The NAB claims that Dr Hussain had sent money to India via Dubai and has property and an under-construction hospital in Bangalore, India. The NAB claims that Shaheen is on a key post in a Pakistani bank’s foreign exchange section as Executive Director. –NNI

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