RAWALPINDI: The former chief minister of Sindh Qaim Ali Shah has appeared before the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Tuesday in allegations of corruption in Sindh Roshan case.
Talking to media on arrival, Qaim Ali Shah replying to a question of a journalist said that he got the bail before arrest as it becomes the issue of pride.
“I am called first time in this case and will reply what will NAB asked over the issue,” former Sindh chief minister said.
An investigation team of NAB Rawalpindi has inquired him for an hour in the Roshan Pakistan case and also handed him a questionnaire.
After the appearing, Qaim Ali Shah left the journalists without any talks.