Loan default: NAB arrests two men

An accountability court sent them on a 14-day physical remand on Saturday


Our Correspondent July 25, 2015

LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) arrested two men on Saturday for willful default on a loan of Rs263.77 million.

The authority said Shoaibur Rehman Lak and Ziaur Rehman Lak had obtained the loan from the Bank of Punjab. The State Bank of Pakistan governor had forwarded a reference against them to the NAB. An accountability court sent them on a 14-day physical remand on Saturday.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 26th, 2015.

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ishrat salim | 6 years ago | Reply Good ! and how many persons has NAB arrested from 150 list of defaulters submitted in SC ?
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