Chairman NAB Says Probing Into Corruption Not Crime But Duty

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"The report does not include any mention of money laundering nor does it name any individuals", the World Bank clarified in a statement.

Pakistan's top anti-corruption body, National Accountability Bureau, on Tuesday ordered a probe against the embattled former prime minister and others after reports of his involvement in the money laundering emerged in the media.

He regretted that the political parties failed to make the NAB such an institution which fulfilled the requirements of justice and play its due role against corruption.

"NAB chairman should present all evidences they had against me within 24 hours".

He said that the NAB used an "unknown column in an unknown newspaper published four months ago" against him to begin an investigation.

Marriyum said that corruption of not even a single penny had been established in the six references that were filed against Nawaz Sharif because of which further extension in the trial period was being sought.

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"Politicians and bureaucrats don't need to take offence when summoned by NAB", he added. Accountability is not a crime, if it is, then we are doing it for the country's progress.

He said no statuettes of limitations were crossed by NAB, adding that the Bureau remained in its constitutional jurisdictions.

Talking to media in Lahore, the minister said "Aliens" have the people's mandate in their hands and they are the ones who have sent home 13 reigning prime ministers and presidents.

According to NAB, the World Bank's migration and remittance book released in September 2016 carried information that foreign exchange reserves of India increased by $4.9bn after receiving the huge amount sent through money laundering, inflicting losses to Pakistan's national kitty.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Wednesday strongly criticised the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for launching a probe against the ousted prime minister, reported the Dawn.

Pakistan's Supreme Court had disqualified Sharif previous year, forcing the three-time prime minister to resign. If convicted in the three corruption cases, he could be jailed.

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