£190m corruption probe: NAB summons Gandapur on September 13

F.P. Report

DERA ISMAIL KHAN: The National Accountability Bureau has summoned former federal minister Ali Amin Gandapur to be involved in the investigation of corruption of 190 million pounds against former prime minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan, on Friday.

Through the office of Dera Ismail Khan DPO, the Rawalpindi NAB sent a call-up notice to Gandapur to appear before the bureau’s Central Investigation Team on September 13.

The notice states that in the federal cabinet meeting held on December 3, 2019, former prime minister Imran Khan sought the approval of the cabinet to spend £190 million in personal interest instead of depositing it in the national treasury through a secret agreement in a sealed envelope.

The notice further states that since Gandapur was also present in the cabinet meeting, therefore, he should join the investigation and record his statement in this matter.