Mian Javed Latif from PML-N reappears in the asset case on January 1


LAHORE: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Tuesday has directed Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Mian Javed Latif and his six associates to reappear on January 1 in assets beyond income case.

According to detailed information, the Anti-Corruption Supervision Office instructed the defendant to bring all relevant data to the next hearing.

Javed Latif, along with his colleagues Anwar Latif, Munawar Latif, Akhtar Latif, Amjad Latif and Ahsan Javed, were called by anti-corruption caretakers.

Earlier, NAB researchers had searched for sources for the purchase of various properties by the defendants. They also asked the farms that Javed built on Kanal land, and the distribution of his houses across the two Kanal areas.

Also find detailed information about investments in cotton flour factories, new cotton flour factories, Latif paper and cardboard factories, cotton builders and two brick kilns.

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