NAB summons Fazl’s son-in-law in assets beyond means case
The National Accountability Authority Peshawar has summoned Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) president and Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam chief Fazlur Rehman’ son-in-law Fayaz Ali, reported 24News HD TV Channel Saturday.
The NAB Peshawar has summoned Fayaz Ali on January 28 for inquiry in assets beyond means case against JUI-F supremo Fazlur Rehman.
Fayaz father, former Senator Haji Ghulam Ali rejected the allegations and notices of the NAB.
He said the all the assets of his sons were legal and they have all proofs regarding this. Ghulam Ali said in 2001 a fake reference of Rs320million had been made against him and he had to spend two years in jail for no reason and was acquitted of all charges after nine years.
He said his sons are businessmen and paying all their taxes on time.
It may be noted that in 20029, Accountability Court and High Court have acquitted Ghulam Ali and his sons due to the lack of evidence against them.
The NAB Peshawar had also summoned Fazl at many occasions but Fazl refused to appear before the NAB and even he and his party threatened NAB and accused the anti-graft body to be a tool of the rulers to lash political vendetta on its opponents.