NAB & builders

Published September 23, 2020

THE Accountability Court-III Sindh, Karachi, reference No. 09/2018, has given the plea bargain order dated May 29, 2019, wherein Rufi Builders and Developers should hand over possession within six months to all allottees/affectees.

However, despite a lapse of six months on Nov 29, 2019, the accused have failed to execute/implement the order. This means both have committed contempt of court. Prima facie, NAB also seems to be involved.

I request the Supreme Court to take action against NAB and Rufi Builders and Developers, asking them to implement the accountability court order.

Tahir Mehmood
Karachi

Published in Dawn, September 23rd, 2020

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