NAB fails to file supplementary reference in Sindh Bank case.

ISLAMABAD -- The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Thursday failed to file supplementary reference in money laundering case that caused Rs25bn loss to the Sindh Bank.

Former director Sindh Bank, Bilal Sheikh appeared before the court of AC Judge Azam Khan.

During the hearing, the NAB prosecutor sought more time for filing supplementary reference in the case.

Later, the court adjourned the hearing of the case after giving time to the NAB until January 5 to file supplementary reference.

On June 10, NAB had arrested President Sindh Bank Tariq Ahsan and Bilal Sheikh in a fake bank accounts case.

The NAB Rawalpindi arrested accused Bilal Sheikh, ex-president Sindh Bank, Tariq Ahsan, president Sindh Bank and Nadeem Altaf, executive vice president Sindh bank involved in corruption and...

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