Red warrants for arrest of son in law of Shehbaz Sharif
17 July, 2019
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has tightened the noose around the son-in-law of former chief minister Shehbaz Sharif. The bureau has asked its headquarters to issue red warrants for the arrest of Ali Imran. The NAB Lahore wrote a letter to the headquarters on April 22, asking it to issue the red warrants for Ali Imran.
Upon not receiving any notice from the headquarters, the NAB Lahore again wrote a letter and initiated action in this regard. Sources said that the warrant would be issued in the coming days following which the Interpol would be contacted for the arrest of Ali Imran. Ali Imran is allegedly involved in Saaf Pani Company scam, Punjab Power Company scam and ERRA scam unearthed by Daily Mail a few days ago. Former chief financial officer of ERRA, Ikran Naveed, had confessed that Rs 13 million were transferred to Ali Imran. The NAB had asked Ali Imran many times to appear before the investigation team, but he did not appear and absconded.