Deceased NAB officer Kamran wanted himself off Pak PM scandal case

Last Updated: Sat, Jan 19, 2013 06:20 hrs

Kamran Faisal, the deceased National Accountability Bureau (NAB) investigation officer, had requested the Director General NAB Rawalpindi to put him off the rental power plants (RPPs) scandal case, which involved Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf.

According to the copy of a letter acquired by Geo News, which dated November 13, 2012, Kamran had argued with the NAB chief that being a junior officer he did not qualify to take up a case as big as RPPs scam.

Kamran said that he has never come to 'grips with a mega corruption case during his whole service in the bureau'.

He added that a senior officer will be better suited to carry out an inquiry sensitive as this, the News International reports.

The letter also revealed that Kamran had brought the DG Operations NAB Headquarters in the loop by conveying his reservations to him in black and white.

In the letter, Kamran also reasoned that with just a basic one-month course under his belt he was not capable of taking care of an investigation which demanded relevant experience, the report added. (ANI)

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