University, £190m NCA scam: NAB team raids Bahria Town offices, seizes records

Teams cordoned off Bahria town offices as NAB team was examining documents and records

By Asim Yasin
May 29, 2024
CCTV footage shows NAB team raiding popular housing society Bahria Town's office in Rawalpindi. — Screengrab/Geo News

ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has raided the offices of Bahria Town Rawalpindi in connection with Al-Qadir Trust University case and £190 million National Crime Agency (NCA) settlement scam, and took all the records of the Bahria Town into custody.


During the raid, Punjab police and elite force teams cordoned off the Bahria town offices as the NAB team was examining the documents and records that were collected during the raid.

According to sources, the NAB team questioned the staff of the housing society in the office with regard records of Al-Qadir Trust University and £190 million NCA settlement scam.

The NAB team, later, sealed the Bahria Town offices. According to eyewitnesses, the police also sealed the roads leading to Bahria Town offices.

However, reacting to the raid, Bahria Town Chairman Malik Riaz Hussain said on ‘X’, that he would bear all hardships and not become “an approver”.