NAB has just released a bureaucrat on charges of corruption of Rs. 40 billion. Mushtaq Ahmed’s decision to release Raisani has come off as a big shock.
Mushtaq Ahmed Raisani used to be finance minister in Baluchistan, who spent a good number of days in the spotlight this year when he put NAB contract of more than Rs. 730 Million in cash from his home in Quetta, right after being transferred to prison.
NAB’s decision in the opposition in parliament has been repaired and raises a question about the accountability and effectiveness of the rule of justice.
We all received a text message from NAB before saying: “Say No to corruption” not many days ago.
It served as a confirmation message that we have a National Accountability Office is a reliable banished corruption and intends for us all to observe it. But this decision to clear a senior civil servant charged with serious charge of corruption has angered us.
Not only he has accused the suspect of Rs. 40 billion in the corruption, but the evidence began to emerge to the surface of the ownership of the properties. It was found that owns many properties in Karachi, collectively worth around Rs. $ 2 billion.
The discovery of the suspect clearly keeping illicit money and property in his name, which he obtained from unknown and suspicious sources. As a result, the case appeared to be on the brink of imminent judgment him guilty until NAB decision came out on Wednesday.
There is no doubt that Mushtaq Ahmed Raisani was not guilty of possession of illicit funds and money. No way on earth can one justify his credibility. Nor is it possible that revolves around his case to emphasize the property and financial value of being illegal, which is why we raise the eyebrows above the NAB accountability in dealing with this major issue.
It also raises questions about whether the department really what they sent us all of the text a few days ago means. It raises questions whether only intend to display the accountability that is a misconception throughout. It raises the question that why the department to raise awareness of the stands against corruption committed in the first place. Who bears responsibility for that?
This case, like all the rest of the cases of corruption, would go down and outdated. It raises us to think about the possibility of an investigation and the development of a final judgment by the NAB in terms of corruption cases.