NAB Archive

#Justice4KamranFaisal: CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry should be prosecuted for causing unbearable stress to a govt servant leading to his suicide: Author: Dr. Zulfiqar Ali CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry continued harassment and abusing of NAB officials led to Kamran Faisal’s suicide. We demand thatCJ Chaudhry be prosecuted for causing unbearable stress to Kamran Faisal leading to his suicide. Right-wing pro-establishment media
ay khuda mere abbu salamat rahen – by Nazir Naji and Asma Jahangir: Related post: LUBP Special: Documentary evidence of payments made to Pakistan’s Chief Justice’s son Arsalan Iftikhar Leading human rights lawyer and former president of the Supreme Court Bar Association, Asma Jahangir on Monday (3 Sep 2012) said that the
NAB failed in combating corruption: According to Auditor General of Pakistan’s report National Accountability Bureau(NAB) miserably fails to check and combat corruption. The report states that the performance of NAB is utterly miserable, and main purpose to establish the anti corruption body has failed
The judicial non-crisis – by Cyril Almeida: SOURCE: DAWN Related article on LUBP: Treason: Let us apply Article 6 on CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry THE great judiciary-executive ‘clash’ is proving to be damp squib. Hearings come, hearings go, the odd admonishment here, the occasional threat there, none
Corruption of Chairman NAB Justice Deedar Shah: انسانوں کو ناانصافی کے ترازو پر نہ تولا جائے……عرض حال…نذیر لغاری لگ بھگ 13سال پرانی بات ہے۔ میں گلشن حدید میں ایک دوست کے ساتھ موجود تھا، مجھے اطلاع ملی کہ الفلاح تھانے کی حدود میں ڈی ایس پی
Chairman NAB’s Appointment – by Ahsan Abbas Shah:
Shahbaz Sharif has come out of his skin by expressing his feelings about chairman NAB Justice Deedar Shah – by Ali Raja: Here is a news items from today’s Dawn: Shahbaz warns of long march on NAB chief appointment LAHORE: Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif on Sunday warned the federal government of a long march against the latter’s “obstinate behaviour” regarding
PML-N’s objection on NAB Chairman Deedar Shah – by Rauf Klasra: Research by: Aamir Mughal According to daily The News International (October 09, 2010): Nisar terms Deedar’s appointment ‘inappropriate’ ISLAMABAD: Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan in his written correspondence with the Prime Minister termed the
Swiss legal battles yield not a penny:   Source: Express Tribune ISLAMABAD: In a financially extravagant but futile exercise, the government has spent a sum of Rs318 million on legal battles since 2003 to recover looted money stashed away in Switzerland’s banks – and much to
Contextualizing corruption in Pakistan – by Asad Sayeed: A report published by the Collective for Social Science Research [PDF Link] Here is the conclusion of the report The Way Forward That corruption is pervasive and endemic in Pakistan is without doubt. As we have seen not only
Judiciary Strikes Again – LHC provides relief to Sharif Brothers against NAB – by Ahmed Iqbalabadi:   The support base of Nawaz Sharif and family i.e. the judiciary has struck again, providing relief to the family against NAB. It is all but strange that appeals against NAB in favor of Nawaz Sharif are acted upon
hamara Rehman ya tuhmara Rehman – by Ahsan Abbas Shah:
Towers of enlightenment…with stolen electricity – by Nadeem Khan: TOWERS OF ENLIGHTENMENT ……‘with stolen electricity’, I better say. Electricity stealing is a norm and as stated earlier our mullah community is far ahead of these political hoodlums in matters related to stealing. They use stolen electricity in their
Yet another case of multifaceted fraud by our military saviours – by Aamir Mughal: Today I found Dr Shahid Masood and Shaheen Sehbai spinning more lies on ‘Meray Mutabiq’ (Geo TV) with General (retired) Shahid Aziz. I therefore consider it pertinent to cross-post the following article from my blog to LUBP: One more
The judicial coup and authoritarianism – by H.A. Khan: In one of his recent TV appearances Dr. Lal Khan, a longtime Marxist, explained that in a capitalist state the judiciary will always  favour and to protect the vested interests of the ruling class. The current judicial crisis makes it
‘NAB tried to use ECP to proceed against Zardari’: LAHORE: The Former Secretary of the Election Commission of Pakistan said that the National Accountability Bureau tried to use ECP to proceed against Benazir Bhutto and Asif Zardari in 2005. During an interview with DawnNews, Kanwar Dilshad claimed that
Playing the Corruption Card – by Anas Muhammad: By Anas Muhammad On 12 October 1999, General Prevez Musharraf ouster the government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, in a non violent military coup. The reason given by Musharraf was the rampant corruption under Nawaz Sharifs regime. Although the
17 Good Men: NRO bench: With due respect to azad adlia Media’s position on NRO before the court proceeding NRO was always a controversial law because it was discriminatory law; many political pundits and columnist lead the campaign against it under the leadership of
Chargesheet against Rehman Malik: The chargesheet against Rehman Malik is very long. Here are a very few glimpses based on analyses by various columnists and writers:
NAB to re-open cases against Nawaz Sharif, family and other leaders of PML-N: Here is an unexpected development of the Supreme Court’s decision against the NRO. We at LUBP condemn the lopsided accountability of politicians while the Supreme Court remains silent on innumerable charges of corruption against many serving and retired officers
Saif-ur-Rehman versus Jang Group – Guest post by Aamir Mughal: Let us assume PML-N’s ex-senator Mr. Saifur Rehman’s allegations against President Asif Ali Zardari telecast through Geo TV/ Jang Media Group (Meray Mutabiq by Dr Shahid Masood) are correct, then how would the same Jang Group of Newspaper and
‘EC refused to move against Benazir, Zardari despite pressure’: The NAB had urged the Election Commission in 2005 to take action against the former prime minister and her spouse for allegedly providing false information about their assets.
Nawaz Sharif, Kamran Khan, Najam Sethi, ISI, NAB, and National Interest: By MANSOOR HALLAJ Friday, 19 December 2008. WWW.AHMED QURAISHI.COM ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—On 18-12-2008 Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif gave an exclusive interview [also covered in Jang and The News International] to a journalist namely Kamran Khan