KARACHI (9 News) – The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) arrested three people, including the Sindh Bank president, in the fake accounts case on Wednesday.
The arrested people include Sindh Bank President Tariq Ihsan, former president Bilal Sheikh and Credit Division chief Nadeem Altaf.
Sources said that all three people are involved in given the fake loans amounting to Rs1.8 billion to Omni Group. They had caused a huge loss to Rahi Mine Company by transferring Rs one billion to a fake account.
Earlier, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Sunday shifted three accused arrested to Islamabad which were arrested form the Karachi in fake account case.
In an important development, the arrested accused who were shifted to Islamabad from Karachi include Anwar Majeed’s son Zulqarnain Majeed, his close aide Khawja Salman and Omni Group official Abdul Waheed.
Combined investigation team will interrogate the detained men. The men were arrested by NAB Rawalpindi and Karachi.