PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's education minister ordered an inquiry on Tuesday after the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) recovered thousands of papers in a raid at the house of Malakand Education Board Chairman Nawab Khattak.
NAB acted after getting the information that Nawab Khattak had kept grade 9 and 10's papers at his home illegally.
NAB, accompanied by the anti corruption officials and local police, raided the house at Dalazak road in Peshawar. Papers were found unchecked and unsealed.
Education minister Sardar Babak Hussain reached the spot and ordered an immediate inquiry.
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