ISLAMABAD (Monitoring Desk)- Organization monitoring the assets of politicians abroad Broadsheet wins case in international arbitration court against NAB. NAB asked the federal government for Rs. 433 million to pay for any exit. According to the documents, the ECC will accept today the overview of the exchequer ‘s release of Rs 433 million for the NAB summary.
The NAB employed a company 19 years ago to monitor the finances of lawmakers. Broadsheet had lodged a petition for deviation from the deal in the London Arbitration Court. According to the paper, a charge of 150,000 pounds will also be paid to the international legal team defending the NAB case. NAB is unable to pay compensation to the Broadsheet Corporation due to financial problems.
The Ministry of Finance accepted the NAB ‘s plan and promised to pay for the extra technological grant. The summary was submitted to the Economic Co-ordination Committee following the consent of the Chairman of the NAB.