ISLAMABAD: Attempts to seek relief under the recent amendment to NAB rules by suspects facing references to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), the company made it clear that the amendment would not apply to pre-filed cases.
Therefore, those accused whose cases are pending will not benefit from amending the National Accountability Ordinance.
It should be noted that President Arif Alawi implemented the Second Amendment Ordinance (Second Amendment), which aims to provide relief to businessmen and businessmen in the country.
In a hearing on an appeal filed by a former president of Sindh Bank Bilal Shaikh, accused of fake bank accounts case in Islamabad High Court, the NAB prosecutor said that the presidential ordinance was not meant to relieve the accused of pending cases.
The prosecutor said that NAB sent a letter to all the prosecutors and the Regional Directors, stating that 'cases pending before the implementation of the ordinance 2019 will remain in their logical conclusion as the NAB ordinance has already been filed. But not workable