Ex-cop who claimed to have proof against Sharifs is an NRO beneficiary

Published: June 19, 2017
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Prime Minister Nawaz Shairf in a conversation with his brother and Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif. PHOTO: REUTERS / FILE

Prime Minister Nawaz Shairf in a conversation with his brother and Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif. PHOTO: REUTERS / FILE

ISLAMABAD: Former police officer, Inamur Rehman Sehri, who has claimed to have evidence against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif in the Panamagate case, was one of the beneficiaries of the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO).

Sehri is said to own assets beyond his known sources of income and a case was registered against him in the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) during former president General (retd) Pervez Musharf’s regime.

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He is a former superintendent of police and has served in Pakistan Railway’s police and also worked as deputy director in Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).

During an interview to a private news channel, Sehri had claimed on Saturday that he had sufficient evidence with him to put the leaders to task.

The former police officer had left Pakistan after a corruption case was registered against him and he was declared an absconder by the National Accountability Court.

According to sources, he was known for corrupt practices in Pakistan Railways Police and FIA.

A reference was filed against him in NAB in October 24, 2002 after which a formal investigation was launched against him. Reference was based on the allegation that his assets were disproportionate to his known means of income.

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NAB tried to get hold of top bureaucrats including Sehri, who were allegedly involved in corruption and misappropriation of government funds and who had gone abroad.

In 2007, NAB sought the assistance of Interpol and the Secretariat General of International Crime Police Organisation (ICPO). Interpol, based in Lyon, France, issued red notices against five absconders, including Sehri on NAB’s request.

The accused were wanted in cases of corruption, fraud, forgery, criminal breach of trust and corrupt practices.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 19th, 2017.

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Reader Comments (9)

  • Wajahat
    Jun 19, 2017 - 12:03PM

    Birds of a feather, flock together.Recommend

  • Mohammad Saif ud din
    Jun 19, 2017 - 12:22PM

    A propaganda is being launched so that his testimony can be doubted and he can be arrested before he could appear before JIT and Supreme Court. Another move of Sicilian mafia. Be careful Recommend

  • Haji Atiya
    Jun 19, 2017 - 12:23PM

    The kettle calling the pot black ! Recommend

  • Amir
    Jun 19, 2017 - 1:16PM

    but his wealth will not be much below what our political family has amassed.

    Bring him back give him amnesty and let the ball role

    Nawaz than Zardari than move on and on.

    Till we remove corruption from pakistan; we are doomed to repeat what we are doing nowRecommend

  • Xnain
    Jun 19, 2017 - 1:19PM

    How do they say it, oh yes “Yeh to LOL hogya”!Recommend

  • citizen26
    Jun 19, 2017 - 1:48PM

    Red warrants via Interpol were issued in 2007 but he was not arrested and Sehri continues to live abroad until today. Considering all facts NAB chairman should be arrested and interrogated for taking light action against former corrupt government employee.Recommend

  • israr
    Jun 19, 2017 - 1:50PM

    use him to get Nawaz and co and then get him as well, his punishment can be reduced if he like ishaq dallar becomes sultani gawah, however how come he has 200 pages of investigation with him, its not his propertyRecommend

  • Lolz
    Jun 19, 2017 - 1:56PM

    What if he is an NRO beneficiary? It doesn’t affect his testimony as per law. Recommend

  • Tashfeen Qayyum
    Jun 20, 2017 - 6:13AM

    So what? Our PM is one too.Recommend

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