APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN NAB

by Dr Ali Akbar Dhakan, Shanti Nagar, Dalmia- Karachi

Mr Nawaz Shareef as a prime Minister of Pakistan selected his accountant Justice Tarar as the President of Pakistan who continued to work on the post even after dissolving Nawaz Shareef`s Government by Parvez Musharraf . Nobody opposed the appointment of Mr Tarar because of the fact he belonged to Punjab having sympathies and personal relations with the Prime Minister. Even, Mr Nawaz Shareef appointed Mr saif-ur-rahman as chairman NAB who was also his friend having family relations with  the result that he used his services to malign Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, her husband Asif Ali Zardari and all others belonging to Peoples Party and nobody took some objection against his all handmade activities. Now that the post of chairman NAB remained vacant and appointment of Justice Syed Deedar Hussain Shah has been notified  after fulfilling all the formalities, the PML (N) opposition leader Ch. Nisar ALi has  taken up the way of aggressiveness and adverse comments to raise unnecessary objections against the appointment of the retired Justice. We already victimized and neglected people of Sindh highly condemn the  negative attitude of the opposition leader. We advise Mr. Nisar  to  prove himself to be a faithful of Pakistan and should not restrict himself as the leader of Punjab only.
October 10, 2010

4 thoughts on “APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN NAB”

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  2. the apparently obvious sole disqualification of Deedar hussain shah is that he belongs to sindh rendering his existance unbearable for BIG brothers read brotheran-e-yousif .they did same thing with justice sajjad ali shah,who was threatened harrassed and got removed with the aid of briefcases taken to quetta and peshawar by Rafiq Tarar who was subsequently rewarded and bestowed Presidency of this orphan nation.Today saeeduzzaman siddiqi a known shabby character who played piper for NS is being projected as a national hero who is hated by legal fraternity of karachi for his questionable conduct.Abdul hameed dogar was villified because he was sindhi and tried to employ few sindhis in SCP

  3. I agree with you sir dr ali akbar dhakan, if govt appoint a person who relat from province of punjab they wil never opposed

  4. Opposition’s concerns on the appointment of Chairman are not justified, National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Justice (Retd) Deedar Hussain Shah, he was appointed in consultation with all political parties including PML (N). Justice Deedar Shah, having a brilliant career is a competent person and possesses a rich experience of Bar and Bench. The consultation process was continuing for the last 20 to 25 days but the PML (N) did not propose any name for the post of NAB Chairman. But the PML (N) has now started criticizing the matter when the government appointed a new chairman. They should have proposed a person for the post. The President has authority to appoint Chairman of NAB and through his appointment the government has implemented the order of Apex Court. Judge means justice and his duty is to provide justice to the people and in Justice Deedar’s case I don’t believe now he has any political affiliation. He was Member of Parliament in 1996 and later served the judiciary.

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