NAB officer probing Pakistan PM's Rental Power case commits suicide

Islamabad, Jan. 18 (ANI): National Accountability Bureau's (NAB) Assistant Director Kamran Faisal, who was assisting Asghar Khan in investigating the Rental Power Plants case, has reportedly committed suicide.

Faisal was residing at Federal Lodges, an accommodation provided by NAB to its officials, reports The Express Tribune.

Inspector General of Police, Bin Yamin, stated that according to the initial investigation, Faisal apparently committed suicide. He said a table placed in Faisal's room was moved, which suggests that he allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself to the ceiling.

Faisal's colleagues said he was facing a lot of pressure ever since the Supreme Court ordered arrest of Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf and had been sharing his concerns with the colleagues.

Faisal was the only child to his parents. His body will be sent to his native village, Mian Channu. (ANI)


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