NAB ordered to probe Sindh police graft cases

The larger bench asked the bureau to complete inquiries or investigation and submit a report within a month

Our Correspondent March 11, 2016


The Supreme Court (SC) expects the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to efficiently and expeditiously pursue an inquiry into corruption of Sindh police officers, including IG Ghulam Haider Jamali.

The larger bench, headed by Justice Amir Hani Muslim, asked the bureau to complete inquiries or investigation, fairly, justly and strictly in accordance with the law, and submit a report within a month.

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The directives came in an order on Friday after the five-day long hearings on separate applications regarding corruption in recruitments in Sindh Reserve Police (SRP) and unfair distribution of funds meant for the police investigation wing.

During the hearing, a compliance report was submitted based on recommendations of an inquiry committee against officers with controversial service records.


Published in The Express Tribune, March 12th, 2016.


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