NAB Broadsheet Agreement, Tariq Malik’s reply submitted to the court came to light

Between NAB and Broadsheet, my role was that of “Post Office”. The main characters of the agreement were Syed Amjad, Farooq Adam Khan, Jerry James, and Dr. William Pepper. Get ready Tariq Fawad Malik’s answer
Tariq Fawad Malik’s reply regarding NAB Broadsheet Agreement was submitted in the London Court. Tariq Malik said that my role between NAB and Broadsheet was that of “Post Office”. James and Dr. William Pepper, NAB personnel working for Broadsheet had no experience in asset recovery, no serious recovery efforts were made, be prepared to appear before Broadsheet.

According to details, a media report said that significant progress has been made regarding the agreement between NAB Broadsheet, Tariq Fawad Malik’s reply has been submitted to the London court, under which Tariq Malik said that between NAB and Broadsheet My character was from the post office. The main characters of the agreement were Syed Amjad, Farooq Adam Khan, Jerry James, and Dr. William Pepper.

NAB officials working for Broadsheet had no experience in asset recovery, I was not part of the negotiations between NAB and Broadsheet, the services of three to four NAB officials were dedicated to Broadsheet. Tariq Malik served as a consultant for Broadsheet. He was in contact with Jerry James. It was realized that he was not making serious efforts to recover the assets, but the NAB had misjudged Broadsheet’s capabilities. According to an email submitted to the court in July 2000, Tariq Malik Decided to withdraw from the case. In April 2000, Tariq Malik expressed concerns over the poor performance of Broadsheet in an email to Jerry James. Tariq Malik’s testimony was in favor of Pakistan but his testimony was accepted without cross-examination. ۔


In his reply submitted to the court, Tariq Malik said that he was ready to appear before the broadsheet. According to a report, Tariq Malik used to work for Ghazanfar Sadiq Ali in 1999, and a small textile factory in Bhatta Chowk, Lahore. However, Tariq Malik, through his brother-in-law Lt. Gen. (retd) Naeem, contacted the NAB Authority and Chairman NAB Gen. Amjad.

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