LAHORE: The Lahore Excessive Courtroom (LHC) on Thursday sought a response from the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) after Farah Shehzadi, a pal of former prime minister Imran Khan’s partner, challenged an inquiry involving a housing society scandal in opposition to her.
A two-judge bench, headed by Justice Shehram Sarwar, issued the discover to the soiled cash watchdog whereas listening to the petition filed by Shehzadi.
Through the listening to, Justice Sarwar remarked Shehzadi’s identify was not positioned on the Exit Management Checklist (ECL) or a blacklist. She argued the notices despatched to her by the company have been based mostly on malafide intention, and pleaded with the courtroom to set them apart.
Within the petition, she maintained the anti-graft watchdog had reopened an inquiry closed in 2019 in an act of political victimisation.