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About Sindh Bank

Sindh Bank is a scheduled bank that operates 250 branches, 13 Islamic banking branches, and 8 sub-branches.

Sindh Bank Headquarter Location

Federation House, 3rd Floor Abdullah Shah Ghazi Road, Clifton

Karachi, 75600,

Pakistan

+92-21-35829 394

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Govt official testifies in Toshakhana reference

Nov 18, 2020

Govt official testifies in Toshakhana reference In this file photo, former president Asif Ali Zardari meets ex-prime minister Yousaf Raza Gillani at his house. — INP ISLAMABAD: A senior bureaucrat on Tuesday recorded his statement in the Toshakhana reference against former president Asif Ali Zardari and ex-premier Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani. Deputy secretary of the cabinet division Zubair Siddiqui recorded his testimony while Judge Syed Asghar Ali of the accountability court deferred his cross-examination till November 26. The court also accepted applications seeking exemption of the two leaders of the opposition party from court appearance on Tuesday. National Accountability Bureau (NAB) deputy prosecutor general Sardar Muzaffar Abbasi produced the witness before the court along with relevant record of the Toshakhana reference. However, the defence counsel objected to the authenticity of the documents, which were not original, arguing that the court could not rely on the photocopies. Court allows NAB to file supplementary reference in fake accounts case by Dec 3 The court was earlier apprised that the counsel for Khawaja Anwar Majid and Abdul Ghani Majid has quarantined himself due to Covid-19. Further proceeding in this matter was later adjourned till November 26. The case is pertaining to three Toshakhana vehicles, which were given to former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and ex-president Zardari. Taxes of the vehicles were allegedly paid through ‘fake’ bank accounts, according to the prosecution. The same court had earlier declared the supreme leader of the main opposition party a proclaimed offender in this case and started the process to confiscate his properties. Supplementary reference Meanwhile, Judge Azam Khan of the accountability court allowed the accountability bureau to file a supplementary reference in another offshoot of the fake bank scandal till December 3. Former Sindh Bank president Bilal Sheikh appeared before the court in the case related to alleged money laundering that caused a loss of Rs25 billion to the exchequer. NAB’s prosecutor apprised the court that the supplementary reference had already been finalised. The court allowed the anti-graft watchdog to file the reference till December 3 and adjourned further proceedings in the matter. In December 2019, the bureau had filed Sindh Bank reference against two former presidents of Sindh Bank and 18 other suspects for their alleged involvement in corruption and awarding loans to Omni Group through illegal means. The reference alleged that the accused facilitated a loan worth Rs29 billion to unnamed companies of Omni Group. According to NAB reference, out of Rs29 billion loans, Rs25 billion is yet to be paid. An amount of Rs1.84 billion had been awarded to three benami companies of Omni group, it said. The reference alleged that Rs1.84 loan had been awarded to fulfill loan capital of Summit Bank. The fake companies had been made in the name of six employees of Omni Group. Published in Dawn, November 18th, 2020 Advertisement

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