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Kamran Faisal case: NAB submits record in SC

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Sunday submitted record sought by the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC) concerning Kamran Faisal case.

The Spokesman of NAB while talking to a private TV on Sunday said that NAB has formally submitted record in SC in Kamran Faisal case.

He said that SC had earlier asked to provide CCTV footage and Video Conference record from NAB besides employment record of Kamran Faisal.

The court said the evidences unveil that the death of National Accountability Bureau’s officer Kamran Faisal is linked with Rental Power Projects (RPPs) corruption case.

The court sought the CCTV footage of NAB’s informal meeting held on January 13 and the footages of NAB headquarters from January 15 to 18.

The CCTV footages of Federal Lodges containing Kamran’s movements were also called.

The court also directed the PTA to submit the record of sent and received calls on Faisal’s cell phone in a CD.

National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has canceled weekly holidays of its officials in order to prepare report on Kamran Faisal’s mysterious death.

Meanwhile, investigation team has got CCTV footage from NAB’s regional office.

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