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LAHORE (PAK TIMES): The President of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Mr Shehbaz Sharif has been summoned by the anti-graft watchdog (NAB) Lahore on August 20.

NAB summons Sharif in a case pertaining to alleged financial irregularities in the Punjab Power Development Company (PPDC).

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NAB asked Shehbaz Sharif to appear before the Bureau’s office in the provincial capital at 2:00 pm where he will likely be questioned about the case.

Shehbaz Sharif, who has served as chief minister of the country’s largest province for ten years, had earlier been summoned in the Punjab Saaf Pani Company (PSPC) and Ashiana Housing Scheme cases by the NAB.

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had earlier summoned President PML-N on July 5 in the PPDC case, stating, “The inquiry against the management and officials of the PPDC has revealed that you (Shehbaz) are in possession of the information/evidence related to unlawful appointment of Syed Farrukh Ali Shah in Nepra as member and PPDC as chief executive officer.”