- SC has quashed Peshawar Excessive Court docket’s resolution to let NAB probe Peshawar BRT mission
- SC says excessive court docket’s resolution to let NAB examine the mission was “based on speculation”
- SC approves KP govt’s enchantment and stops each NAB and FIA to research the BRT mission
PESHAWAR: The Supreme Court docket on Tuesday quashed a call of the Peshwar Excessive Court docket to let the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) launch a probe into the town’s Bus Fast Transit (BRT) mission.
Based on Geo Urdu, a bench of the apex court docket, headed by Justice Umar Ata Bandial, heard the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa authorities’s plea in opposition to letting NAB’s probe the BRT mission.
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Through the listening to, the court docket remarked that the NAB wouldn’t have the ability to examine the BRT mission as the choice of the Peshawar Excessive Court docket “was based on speculation.”
The Supreme Court docket additionally gave the Peshawar Growth Authority one month to file a reply containing extra paperwork associated to the mission.
Except for the nation’s accountability watchdog, the Supreme Court docket additionally stopped the Federal Investigation Company (FIA) from conducting BRT-related investigations till the following listening to and prolonged the restraining order issued on the appeals of the provincial authorities and the Peshawar Growth Authority.
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