LAHORE (Muslim Times) – The Accountability Court (AC) in Lahore on Monday has handed over Punjab University former vice chancellor Dr. Mujahid Kamran along with other six to National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on 14-day judicial remand over involvement in a case pertaining to alleged illegal appointments in connivance with ex-registrars of university during his two consecutive terms by virtue of extension awarded to him.
Earlier Monday, AC Judge Justice Najmul Hassan resumed the hearing of the case pertaining to PU illegal appointments and reserved the verdict on the plea of NAB seeking judicial remand of Dr. Mujahid Kamran and others involved in illegal appointments during his two consecutive terms by virtue of extension awarded to him.
NAB had produced PU’s ex-VC along with other accused before the court and also submitted a plea seeking judicial remand of the accused.
On October 12, the Accountability Court had handed over Mujahid Kamran to NAB on ten days physical remand.
It is pertinent here to mention that, NAB had arrested Mujahid Kamran along with five ex-registrars of PU on October 11. Mujahid Kamran is charged with making different appointments in violation of rules and regulations during his tenure as VC.