ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau has started investigation against Haroon Akhtar Khan, Adviser of Prime Minister of Pakistan, over corruption and tax evasion.
According to details, Haroon Akhter Khan and his family were involved in corruption of Rs 70 crore in fake import export in Tandlianwala Sugar Mill.
Khan owned Tandlianwala Sugar Mill situated in the center of province of Punjab, Pakistan and the accused had carried out 700 million transactions suspiciously, which caused huge financial loss to the national exchequer.
State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) and Financial Monitor Unit (FMU) reports contain charges against Khan’s family in which more than 700 million were transacted suspiciously and now the charges against them are likely to be filed under money laundering law.
Sources revealed that if the charges against them are proved, then the accused may have to go to prison with heavy fine.