KARACHI: The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) began one other corruption inquiry towards former Assistant Inspector Normal of Police (Finance) Syed Fida Hussain Shah on prices of alleged embezzlement of Rs70 million from police feeding funds.
NAB mentioned that there are irrefutable proofs towards Shah for embezzling funds, allotted for the meals and different such requirements for personnel deputed on particular duties, including that the funds have been despatched on a separate account and later was taken out by means of a head constable.
The suspect is already in jail custody in a corruption reference in Petrol payments case.
Earlier, the Supreme Court docket rejected bail petition for Shah, charged with a Rs50 million corruption case. NAB filed a reference towards Shah alleging that he generated bogus payments to get funds value Rs50 million as gasoline allowance for automobiles of the Sindh Police.