Imran Khan expressed his satisfaction on becoming part of NAB’s investigation on May 23rd.

Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan, apologized for not being able to become part of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) investigation in the case of the transfer of £190 million by the National Crime Agency on Monday, May 22nd.

On May 22nd, Imran Khan received a notice from NAB Rawalpindi regarding the case of £190 million transfer and he responded in writing.

The former Prime Minister apologized for becoming part of the NAB investigation on May 22nd, but expressed his satisfaction on becoming part of the investigation on May 23rd. He demanded that a copy of the inquiry report be sent or a lawyer be provided.

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On the previous day, sources informed ARY News that NAB Rawalpindi had summoned Imran Khan on the day of May 23rd at 10 am. A two-member NAB team arrived at Zaman Park and left after delivering the notice.

Previously, NAB Rawalpindi had requested Imran Khan’s presence on May 18th in the Al-Qadir Trust case, but he did not appear. Now, the Al-Qadir Trust case has been renamed the National Crime Agency £190 million transfer case.

On May 9th, Rangers arrested Imran Khan under the orders of NAB from the vicinity of the Islamabad High Court.

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After his arrest, violent protests erupted in various cities of the country, causing damage to private and government properties. Subsequently, law enforcement agencies initiated a crackdown against the protesters, which is still ongoing.

PTI’s central leaders, including Shab Qureshi, Asad Umar, Fawad Chaudhry, Shehryar Afridi, Ali Muhammad Khan, and Shireen Mazari, are under supervision.

What is the Al-Qadir Trust case?

According to NAB, this case involves the illegal acquisition of land for Al-Qadir University. The National Crime Agency used the case to illegally obtain £190 million, benefiting from it. During the investigation, Imran Khan and his family were issued call-up notices. Both of them are trustees of Al-Qadir Trust.

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According to NAB, former Special Assistant Shahzad Akbar was involved and played a key role in the case. Shahzad Akbar and Imran Khan deceived the cabinet by hiding the secret agreement and the £190 million was supposed to be deposited in the national treasury. The £190 million was adjusted in a private society’s case, which was handled by the Supreme Court.

Abdul Rehman

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