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Supreme Court to hear fake degree case against NAB DG Shahzad Saleem

Supreme Court Of Pakistan will hear a fake degree case against Lahore NAB Director General (DG) Shahzad Saleem.

He is accused of submitting fake documents to secure employment. The case will be heard on November 12.

Former prime minister of pakistan Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had raised questions about his degree while addressing a press conference. He remarked that the degree should be verified by the Higher Education Commission.

Moreover, the NAB Chairman Javed Iqbal has taken notice of Lahore NAB Director General (DG) Shahzad Saleem’s interviews to television channels.

He has summoned a record of the interviews. An investigation will be conducted according to the law, Iqbal remarked. “NAB respects all members of the assembly.”

He said that the investigation team will evaluate if Saleem has said anything which wasn’t true.

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