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NAB makes three more arrests in fake accounts case

ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday took three more persons into custody in connection with the fake accounts case.

Those detained by the anti-graft watchdog include Tando Kazim Ali, Faisal Nadeem and Aman Ullah.

Charges against Kazim are that he embezzled Rs846 million in connivance with the Omni Group.

Faisal Nadeem was working as the finance manager of Chamber Sugar Mills and reportedly acquired Rs400m from the Sindh government through illegal documents and took loans worth billions of rupees on the basis of fake documents.

Aman Ullah was working as manager of Khoski Sugar Mills and constituted a fake firm which took Rs200m subsidy from the Sindh government.

He also took Rs18m under the pretext of helping out poor farmers and later defaulted.

All three suspects will be produced in court on Tuesday.

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