Lahore: Mian Javed Latif, leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), told the National Accountability Office (NAB) at the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Thursday. Asking questions raises questions.
The PML-N leader has taken the position that he is subject to political retaliation for his place in the National Assembly and has asked the court to stop his investigation by anti-corruption agencies.
In addition, Mian Javed Latif also submitted a request for interim bail on assets exceeding the income.
Previously, Javed Latif and his colleagues Anwar Latif, Munawar Latif, Akhtar Latif, Amjad Latif and Ahsan Javed were summoned by anti-corruption monitors.
Researchers from the National Bank have looked for sources for the purchase of various properties by the defendants. They also asked about the Javed farm built on Kanal land, and how his house was spread over the two Kanal areas.
It also looks for detailed information about investments in cotton flour factories, new cotton flour factories, cotton paper and cardboard factories, cotton builders and two brick kilns.