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NAB shifts three suspects to Islamabad in fake accounts case

–Omni Group chairman’s son along with two other accused will be produced in court

KARACHI: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Sunday shifted three suspects to Islamabad to produce them in an accountability court who were earlier arrested in a case pertaining to money laundering and fake accounts.

The three suspects arrested by NAB on Saturday include Khawaja Mustafa Zulqarnain Majeed, son of the chairman of the Omni Group, Khawaja M Salman Younis, a close relative of Majeed, and Waheed Ahmed Malik, an official working in the firm.

After their arrest, NAB produced them before an accountability court in Karachi to seek their transitory remand.

As per the reports, the investigation officer told the court that custody of the accused persons was required to inquest the mega money laundering case.

In pursuance of that, he requested the judge to grant transitory remand of the accused so they may be produced before the accountability court in Islamabad.



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