The federal government has recently included the name of Imran Khan, the former Prime Minister, and PTI Chief, in the Exit Control List (ECL) as part of the ongoing £190 million NCA scandal. Reliable sources have confirmed this development, which signifies a significant step in the case. ARY News has also reported on this matter, emphasizing its gravity.
Insiders familiar with the situation have disclosed that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) formally requested the inclusion of Imran Khan’s name in the ECL. Subsequently, the federal cabinet approved this request, bolstering the legitimacy of the action. Additionally, the NAB has recommended the inclusion of Bushra Bibi, Imran Khan’s wife and the former prime minister, in the ECL in relation to the same case. A letter will sent to the interior ministry to formalize this recommendation.
The NAB initiated an investigation into Imran Khan, Bushra Bibi, and others regarding their alleged involvement in the acquisition of numerous acres of land in the name of the Al Qadir University Trust. This activity believed to have caused a substantial loss of £190 million to the national exchequer. The NAB’s prompt action aims to hold individuals accountable and protect the interests of the country.
The charges state that Imran Khan and the other accused parties misappropriated Rs50 billion (equivalent to £190 million at the time) transferred by Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) to the government. These serious allegations shed light on potential fund misuse and raise concerns about financial impropriety.
It is important to note that Imran Khan officially registered the Trust for Al-Qadir University Project on December 26, 2019. This information further emphasizes the connection between the accused individuals and the alleged financial irregularities, lending credibility to the ongoing investigation.
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