NAB recovers millions from fake accounts

ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday claimed to have recovered Rs290 million in the infamous fake bank accounts case.
As per the version of NAB Rawalpindi, four suspects and two companies of Sindh Roshan Programme revealed that the financial irregularities had been carried out at the behest of PPP lawmaker Sharjeel Memon. The revealed this information as a plea bargain.
While two contractor companies have already paid back the looted money and accused Abdul Sattar Qureshi, Abdul Rasheed Channa, Aslam Pervaiz Memon and Baldivo have opted for a plea bargain.
The statements of all the accused will be recorded by the NAB once they have been presented before an accountability court.–Agencies