NAB launches probe against 4 Sindh Revenue officers
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Karachi has launched an inquiry against eight people, including four Sindh Revenue officers, for allegedly ‘illegally’ allotting 53 acres of land in Sujawal of worth billions of rupees, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Tuesday.
According to the documents obtained by 24News TV channel, the officers against whom inquiry has been launched are Shaukat Panhur, Abdur Rehman Memon, Fida Shoro and others.
The documents show that more than 53 acres of land was allotted through fake allotment orders.
Documents further reveal that 14.8 acres of land was allotted to Muhammad Salman while 11.25 acres to Zaheeruddin.
Similarly, it has come to light that Jamuu Mallah was allotted 12.17 acres of land while Muhammad Ashraf was allotted 16 acres of land.