The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has conducted an extensive interrogation of former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan, in connection with the £190 million settlement case.
A NAB team, led by Assistant Director Mohsin Ali Khan, questioned Khan for two and a half hours in Adiala Jail.
Imran Khan, incarcerated in a cipher case, faces multiple legal challenges, including the Al-Qadir Trust case. The interrogation in the £190 million case, which began on November 15, adds to the PTI chairman’s legal woes. Khan has also filed for bail in the Supreme Court about the £190 million case.
The investigation by NAB into Imran Khan, his wife, and others revolves around the alleged acquisition of extensive land for Al Qadir University Trust. The accusations suggest this caused a £190 million loss to the national exchequer.
The charges implicate Khan and the co-accused in allegedly adjusting Rs50 billion — equivalent to £190 million at the time — which was sent by Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) to the government of Pakistan. This investigation represents a significant development in the ongoing scrutiny of Imran Khan’s financial dealings.