Tariq Jamali given additional charge of NBP president

ISLAMABAD: A day after the federal government removed National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) president Saeed Ahmad, NBP Senior Vice President Tariq Jamali has been given the additional charge of acting president.

According to the notification issued on Wednesday, Jamali has been appointed as the acting president of the bank until further orders.

The federal government on Tuesday decided to remove National Bank President Saeed Ahmad Khan from his post amid corruption allegations against him.

The announcement was made by Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry while he was addressing a press conference in Islamabad.

The information minister went on to say that legislation will be amended to make laws of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) more effective.

Earlier on June 20, an accountability court had reserved verdict against Khan in the supplementary reference filed against the former finance minister Ishaq Dar. The reference was related to money laundering worth millions of dollars.

Judge Muhammad Bashir had heard the case, in which nominated accused, NBP President Khan, Naeem Mehmood and Mansoor Raza of Hajveri Trust appeared before the court.

The trial against NBP head had started on March 1, after he emerged as one of the three accused in the case in February this year.

 

5 COMMENTS

  1. Sir me samina bibi jaffrabad Rojhan jamali se hun npb dera allah yar mangar majeed umrani ne 3 maa se mera account belockd kiya howa hai me techar hun kasmir kot jamal me plz help karen unko bole unbelockd karen account mera

  2. Sir tariq khan jamali me majboor ho k apko msg kar rahe hun hed office rignal sibi bat ki darkhst de kisi ne meri bat nane mani pa se bht umeed hai pz help karen meri sir

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