ISLAMABAD (INP) - An audit report revealed on Wednesday that former ambassador to Indonesia Mustafa Anwar, who sold the Pakistani embassy building in Jakarta in personal capacity, was declared innocent on the orders of former president Pervez Musharraf. This particular detail came to light when audit authorities briefed a sub-committee of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) about the matter. The sub-committee meeting was headed by Ayaz Sadiq of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). The report said that the building was sold by Mustafa Anwar in personal capacity. Moreover, senior embassy official Mushtaque Haider was relegated to the position of an officer on special duty (OSD) for notifying authorities regarding the illegal sale of the building. The Foreign Office officials told the committee that Mustafa Anwar was closely associated with Musharraf and that the order to relegate Haider came directly from the former president. The audit report added that during an earlier Musharraf-sanctioned investigation, Mustafa Anwar was declared innocent. During the meeting, the PAC sub-committee directed the Foreign Office to explain why it offered no support to Mustafa Haider. The sub-committee also directed the Foreign Office to submit details of the issue in six weeks time.