NAB halts corruption probe against Balochistan governor

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Rana Mushtaq

ISLAMABAD

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) authorities have stopped corruption investigations against governor Balochistan former justice Aman Ullah Yasinzai.

Sources told Daily Morning Mail that Balochistan governor was facing the charges of accumulation of illegal assets and selling his own land to Quetta Development Authority (QDA) by misusing his office.

NAB had started investigations against governor Balochistan Aman Ullah Yasinzai and his other family members. But now these investigations have been stopped all of a sudden.  No clarification is being given for suspending inquiry.

Aman Ullah Yasinzaihas remained judge of Balochistan High Court (BHC) and he is considered close friend of NAB Chairman Javed Iqbal.

The NAB is not willing to give any formal clarification on this matter. Investigations against Aman Ullah Yasinzai are underway in NAB Quetta.

The preliminary investigations reveal that Aman Ullah Yasinzai had sold the land owned by him to QDA by misusing his powers.