Islamabad - The executive board meeting (EBM) of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) yesterday authorised three complaint verifications, three inquiries and four investigations.
The meeting also decided to file a corruption reference against Chairman Northern Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) Dr Aziz Khan in a scam of Rs 540 million. The EBM was held under the chairmanship of Chairman NAB Qamar Zaman Chaudhary at NAB Headquarters. 
The meeting decided to file a corruption reference against Dr Muhammad Aziz Khan and others. In this case, the accused were alleged for misusing their authority conferred upon them by law and thus defrauded and cheated students and candidates public at large. Thus the accused caused a loss of Rs 540 million to the national exchequer.
The EBM authorised three complaint verifications. The first complaint verification was authorized against Gian Chand Israni, Minister for Excise, Government of Sindh. In this case, the accused is alleged for misuse of authority and accumulation of assets beyond known sources of income.
Second complaint verification was authorized against Abdul Rauf, MPA Sindh, Shah Ghulam Jaro Khan and others. In this case, the accused were alleged for corruption/corrupt practices by misusing their authority in awarding illegal tendering/contracts in Sindh.
The third complaint verification was authorized against Peer Noor Muhammad Shah Jeelani, MNA and Chairman District Development Committee Tharparkar, Sindh, Hashim Channa XEN (highways and buildings) and Zulfiqar Arain, sub-engineer, buildings department Sindh. In this case, the accused were alleged for corrupt practices, misuse of authority and accumulation of assets beyond known sources of income.
The executive board meeting also decided to authorise three inquiries. The first inquiry was authorized against Molvi Abdul Wasay, ex-minister Balochistan. In this case, the accused is alleged for corrupt practices and misuse of authority. He caused a loss of approximately Rs 154.801 million to the national exchequer.
The second inquiry was authorised against directors and owners of M/S Abdullah Shah Ghazi Sugar Mills (Pvt) Ltd namely Muhammad Irshad Butt, Chairman / Chief Executive, Qamar-ul-Nisa, Member, Faiz Qadeer Butt, Member and others. In this case, the accused were alleged for corruption and corrupt practices by not providing sugar to Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) / Utility Stores Corporation (USC) as per terms and conditions of tender awarded and by pledging stock reserved for TCP with one of the national financial institution. They caused a loss of approximately Rs. 1311.527 million to the national exchequer.
The third inquiry was authorised against officers/officials of Capital Development Authority (CDA) and others. In this case, the accused persons were alleged for corruption, corrupt practices in non-recovery of mobilization advance amounting to Rs 123.192 million in the construction of Cultural Complex at Shakarparian, Islamabad, and wasteful expenditure on a project construction of Cultural Complex at Shakarparian, Islamabad, amounting to Rs 313.952 million.