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NAB submits modified report of mega corruption cases in Supreme Court

ISLAMABAD – The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday submitted the modified report of mega corruption cases before Supreme Court of Pakistan.

According to details, new amended report contain 150 mega corruption cases. This report include the the cases against Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif, his brother Shehbaz Sharif, fromer prime ministers and top bureaucrats.

Report revealed that investigation of corruption cases are underway including construction of a road from Raiwind to Sharif family house worth Rs. 126 million.

 The NAB report also includes a case against Former President and Co-Chair Person of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Asif Ali Zardari.

Report suggested that Asif Zardari built an illegal assets of worth Rs. 170 billion.

Moreover, Former chief minister of Balochistan, Nawab Aslam Raisani is also mentioned in the report.

Earlier, federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Pervaiz Rashid, said that NAB cases against PML-N leaders were politically motivated.

Federal Minister while talking about the latest NAB report, he remarked that cases were aimed to harm the image of Pakistan Muslim League-N.

He also said that charges against the leaders of PML-N could not be proven on any forum.

“Cases against the leaders of PML-N were politically motivated,” he added. He also told that former president General (rtd.) Pervez Musharaf perused political vendetta against Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz.

While talking to media person, he said that Musharaf regime cases are baseless and founded. “Dictator instituted cases just to buy political loyalties.