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Ogra ex-chairman Tauqeer Sadiq sent to Abu Dhabi's central jail

15 February, 2013

Abu Dhabi: Tauqeer Sadiq, the former chairman of Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra), involved in billions rupees scam has been sent to Abu Dhabi's central jail, a report said on Thursday.

According to media reports, that the development came after Nasir al-Mansoori's, the owner of Al-Noor Backers in the state, statement in which he stated that the ex-chairman of Ogra arrived Abu Dhabi on his sponsored visa but fled away later.

The reports quoting its sources further said that Sadiq could be deported within two or three days.

Pakistan's top court had directed National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to complete the arrangement for the deportation of Sadiq by February 14.

Sadiq has accused in Rs.84 billion corruption during his chairmanship of ORGRA.

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