The government bureau on Friday offered endorsement to put four names — including that of Punjab Assembly Opposition Leader Hamza Shehbaz — on the Exit Control List.
As indicated by sources in the national government, the names of previous head administrator Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Punjab Assembly MPA Salman Shehbaz — who is at present out of the nation — and previous director of Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) Moeen Aftab have likewise been set on the ECL after the bureaucratic bureau endorsed of the travel through course.
Every one of the four names have been put on the ECL on the National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) demand, the source said.
Catch is testing Hamza for purportedly owning resources past methods. He, alongside his sibling Salman, is additionally blamed for utilizing Rs200 million from open assets to fabricate a scaffold connecting to the family’s sugar plants. The cash was endorsed by then boss pastor Shehbaz Sharif.
A NAB group is as of now outside Hamza’s family habitation in Lahore’s Model Town so as to take him under guardianship.
Abbasi is blamed for granting a 15-year contract for a condensed gaseous petrol (LNG) terminal against the tenets when he was the oil serve in previous chief Nawaz Sharif’s bureau. The case was shut by NAB in 2016 yet was revived in 2018.
In the mean time, Aftab is being explored for supposed misappropriation of Rs 26 billion in PSM reserves.