QUETTA: The Accountability Court of Quetta on Friday dismissed a bail supplication of Balochistan Development Authority's (BDA) previous administrator Ata Mohammad Jaffar in the Reko Diq defilement case recorded by the counter join guard dog.
The National Accountability Bureau has blamed Mr Jaffar for making a deficiency of trillions of rupees the public exchequer by his defilement.
Responsibility Court Judge Munawar Ahmad Shahwani in his judgment said that despite the fact that there was no bar for a blamed to record an application under Section 265-K of the CrPC at any phase of the procedures for his release/vindication, and remembering current realities and conditions of the case, the court got plentiful forces to clear any charged at any stage.
Nonetheless, the Supreme Court has pronounced the Chagai Hills Exploration Joint Venture Agreement unlawful and void abdominal muscle initio and since the previous BDA executive had consented to the CHEJVA arrangement and the arraignment had evened out numerous claims against him and without recording indictment proof it would make bias either side so the supplication of vindication from preliminary of the charged was therefore excused, the decision said.
Seize Balochistan had documented a reference against 26 individuals, including the previous BDA executive on charges of illicitly helping an unfamiliar organization to get individual increases.