Al Qadir Trust case: NAB seeks records of vehicles sold, purchased in name of 22 members of ex-PM Imran's cabinet.

ISLAMABAD -- The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has sought from the Punjab Excise and Taxation Department details of purchase and sale of vehicles 'in the name of' 22 members of former prime minister Imran Khan's cabinet as part of its investigation in the Al Qadir Trust case.

The Al Qadir Trust case alleges that the ex-premier and his wife, Bushra Bibi, obtained billions of rupees and land worth hundreds of kanals from Bahria Town Ltd for legalising Rs50 billion that was identified and returned to the country by the UK during the previous PTI government.

In connection with the case, NAB issued a letter to the provincial excise department, stating that the bureau's Rawalpindi office was 'conducting an investigation against the subject of persons on the allegations of corruption and corrupt practices under the provisions of the National Accountability Ordinance, 1999'.

'In view thereof, you are requested to provide the details/ copies of certified documents of any vehicles' sales/purchase during the period of Jan 2018 till date in the name of the following persons by June 20, 2023' before the NAB's combined...

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