NAB summoned Mian Mansha in money laundering case worth $95 million

LAHORE (PAK TIMES): The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned business tycoon Mian Mansha today (Friday) in money laundering case against him.

Sources privy to anti-graft watchdog informed that the NAB will question Mian Mansha in connection to a money laundering case worth $95 million.

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NAB has directed Mian Mansha to appear before the anti-corruption watchdog along with the records of the hotel he owned in London.

The petitioner of the money laundering case has recorded his statement before the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

Following the orders by the Supreme Court of Pakistan, the probe into the money laundering case against Mian Muhammad Mansha has been initiated.

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