Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, on Thursday, appeared before National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi in fake accounts case and Roshan Sindh programme corruption probe.
CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah arrived in Islamabad via special flight to appear before the accountability watch-dog which has summoned him a day earlier to question him regarding multi billion fake accounts case and Roshan Sindh programme initiative concerned with the installing of solar powered street lights.
According to details, a Rural Development Authority director-general has confessed to receiving Rs 90 million in bribe from a contractor, of which Rs 70 million were transferred to PPP leader Sharjeel Memon.
Furthermore, NAB had earlier announced that they had recovered Rs298 million in the Sindh Roshan programme case.
It is to be noted that the Roshan Sindh programme aimed at installing solar powered street lights is one of the 28 cases that fall under the umbrella of fake bank accounts case being investigated by relevant authorities.