ISLAMABAD: A two-part seat of the Supreme Court looked for answer from the legislature over National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) force of intentional return.
In its comments Justice Azmat Saeed said that NAB had turned into a facilitator for defilement as it continued listening to a case with respect to deliberate return of assets—which permits an individual pay back the sum he has stolen to people in general kitty and gets cleared of all charges.
Amid the procedure, Justice Azmat Saeed said that a peon who takes Rs250 as pay off is sent to imprison while a man who takes Rs25 million as influence is given up.
“Why doesn’t NAB put ads of “do defilement, complete debasement” in the paper?” he said.
A NAB prosecutor answered that the deliberate return law had not been figured by NAB.
To this Justice Amir Hani Muslim said that NAB was abusing the law. “Why doesn’t NAB lay its hands on the huge fish?”
The becoming aware of the case was suspended for two weeks.
The Supreme Court took away powers of deliberate come back from the NAB director in October.