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Warrants issued for man who transferred money to Durrani’s daughter

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Saturday issued arrest warrants for a businessman who allegedly transferred millions of rupees into a bank account owned by Sindh Assembly Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani’s daughter, media reports said.

According to details, Gulzar Ahmed surfaced during investigation against the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader. NAB officials are probing the alleged transfer of millions of rupees of into a bank account of Durrani’s daughter.

The bureau has asked the authorities concerned to place the name of the businessman on a watch list.

Meanwhile the bureau obtained crucial documents pertaining to properties and vehicles from the residence of Sindh Assembly Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani during a seven-hour raid at his Karachi residence on Wednesday, media reports claimed.

Earlier this week, the NAB officials raided the house of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader in Karachi’s Defence area shortly after he was arrested from a private hotel in Islamabad in cases pertaining to alleged corruption.

“Important documents pertaining to houses, properties and vehicles were obtained during the raid,” reports quoted a NAB official as saying. “A memo was made of all items seized from Durrani’s house.”

“We made a memo of the seized items in front of Durrani’s family and got his daughter to sign it,” they said and refuted reports that they used force to make Durrani’s daughter sign the memo or harassed his family.

According to reports, a list of all the items seized during the raid will be presented in court. The NAB official said probe against Durrani is heading in the positive direction.

The NAB arrested the Sindh Assembly speaker on February 20. An accountability court on February 21 remanded Durrani in NAB’s custody till March 1.

Durrani was under investigation in three cases pertaining to illegal appointments, accumulating assets beyond means, and embezzlement of funds.

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