ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Saturday said that it had recorded the statements of three retired military officers and two civilians in a case related to alleged fraudulent allotment of 141 kanals of Pakistan Railways land in Lahore to the management of the Royal Palm Golf Club, DawnNews reported.
The bureau moreover stated that a report pertaining to the case would be submitted before the court upon the completion of the probe.
The three had been summoned by NAB for their alleged involvement in the leasing out of railways land in 2001, reportedly causing a loss of over Rs10 billion to the national exchequer.
The two civilians, whose statements were recorded, are: Khursheed Ahmad Khan, former finance member, and Iqbal Samad Khan, ex-general manager (operations), of Pakistan Railways
The NAB moreover stated that it would not fixing responsibility upon anyone and was simply probing the allotment.
It said the probe report would be submitted to the court which was the body mandated to finding responsibility in the case.