ISLAMABAD: On Tuesday, an accountability court fixed October 24 as the date for the indictment of erstwhile prime minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Babar Awan and five other suspects in the Nandipur Power Project reference.
According to Newsone, the Accountability court I Judge Muhammad Bashir heard the Nandipur Power Project reference.
The court decided to indict seven accused, including Ashraf and Awan, during the hearing.
Fixing October 24 as the date for indictment, the court directed the accused to make sure they appear for the hearing.
On September 4, NAB had filed a corruption reference against former minister for law and justice Babar Awan regarding a delay in Nandipur project.