National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday has prepares another request against Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman and previous president Asif Ali Zardari regarding counterfeit financial balances case.
The anti-graft watchdog’s representative claimed that Zardari had constructed his house in Karachi’s Clifton with corruption as Rs15 crore for this residence was paid from the bank account of PPP leader’s stenographer Mushtaq.
Zardari has failed to provide proof of paying money for his Clifton house by himself, NAB told.
The bureau’s official said that stenographer Mushtaq had accompanied former president on 104 foreign visits. Zardari has not given satisfactory answers of questionnaire regarding his Clifton’s residence, NAB said.
The representative of anti-corruption bureau further told that Mushtaq escaped when he was approached for interrogation.
Moreover, NAB has requested the court to freeze Zardari’s Clifton house till completion of inquiry against him.