ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan, the head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and a former prime minister, consented to testify before the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in the National Crime Agency £190m Affair.
According to information, the PTI leader informed the National Accountability Bureau in writing that he was unable to participate in its investigations on May 22.
He agreed to appear before NAB on May 23 and demanded that they deliver him or his attorney a copy of the NAB inquiry report.
Imran Khan had been called by the accountability watchdog on May 18 in a “personal capacity” over the Al-Qadir Trust case, which has been renamed the “National Crime Agency £190m Scandal.”
Imran Khan, a former prime minister and the head of the PTI, was detained on Tuesday in connection with the Al-Qadir Trust case by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
Rangers officers working under a warrant from the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) arrested the PTI leader from the Islamabad High Court grounds, where the former premier had gone to request bail in numerous charges brought against him.
Later, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) prohibited police from detaining PTI Chairman Imran Khan in any case—even a secret one—that had been filed nationwide as of Monday, May 15.
On December 26, 2019, the former prime minister Imran Khan registered the Trust for Al-Qadir University Project.