NAB expands probe in alleged LWMC reference

LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) took an action today (May 3) to expand their investigation in alleged Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) reference in Lahore. NAB decided to summon Board members in the scandal.
NAB accused LWMC to violate the agreement by forgiving billion of fines to foreign companies.
According to the sources, during Sharif government, LWMC was fined millions of rupees for violating the agreement but it all was forgiven due to the alleged intervention of Shehbaz Sharif.
NAB said that foreign friends were facilitated differently by Nawaz Sharif according to the agreed contract. In order to increase weight, water, sand and solid waste was also included in the garbage. Company was paid cash in dollars.
Billions of rupees were spent illegally in the name of media campaign, NAB reported. NAB said that same contractor was given the deal to provide employees over and over again. Contractor changed its names and kept participating in the contract.
NAB has already arrested two officers of the LWMC. NAB Lahore summoned Shehbaz Sharif on May 13. – NNI

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