Sethi’s ‘undeclared assets’: NAB seeks details of money-laundering …

ISLAMABAD – The National Accountability Bureau has sought details from the Federal Bureau of Revenue about the final outcome of an inquiry against Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Najam Sethi in the money-laundering (un-declared assets) case, registered against him in 2010-11.

The NAB has sought the details after completing the complaint verification process in a money-laundering case against Sethi.

Former test cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz had filed a formal complaint with the NAB against Sethi, accusing him of money-laundering and possessing assets beyond known sources of income and acquiring overseas properties worth millions of dollars.

According to documents available with The Nation about the authorization of the inquiry: “In case, the FBR apprise that the money-laundering case is still unresolved, then a formal inquiry may be authorized in order to probe the allegations of possessing assets beyond means and match-fixing with bookies under the provisions of NAO 1999.”

Sources said that the

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