NAB Recovers Rs 40mln From Accused, Returns To Banks, Depts

MULTAN, June 9 (Muzaffargarh.City – 09th Jun, 2017 ) : National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Multan has handed over cheques worth over Rs 40 million to departments and banks after recovery of the amount from the accused in different cases.

According to a press release issued here Friday, Director General NAB Multan Atiq-ur-Rahman gave away cheques to the representatives of National Bank of Pakistan (NBP), Multan Electric Power Company (Mepco) and Directorate of National Savings (CDNS), Multan, at a ceremony.

The DG NAB Multan said that a total amount of Rs 40,140,309 was recovered from the accused. He said that Rs 30 million (30,647,724) and Rs 3.

6 million (3,691,923) were recovered from Muntazir Mehdi, an officer of Grade-II at NBP Muzaffargarh, Rs 3 million (3,094,925) from former secretary of Wapda Employees Cooperative Housing Society (WECHS), Rs 2.5 million (2,528,865) from Wapda defaulters including those holding public offices, and another Rs 176,872 were recovered from Hassan Latif Tahir, Officer In-charge of National Savings Centre-1 Multan and others.

The cheque were handed over to Farrukh Ghauri, the regional head of NBP Multan, Masood Salahuddin, the chief executive officer of Multan Electric Power Company, and Sajid Mansoor, the regional dead, directorate of national savings Multan.