Aftab Sultan, the head of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), resigned to the prime minister due to political cases, it was revealed on Tuesday.
The honourable bureaucrat was chosen to lead the nation’s anti-corruption watchdog in July. Sultan, who was reportedly under pressure due to political matters, sent his resignation to the prime minister.
According to a local media station, Mr. Sultan claimed that he left the coveted position because he was told to do things that he deemed to be inappropriate. He spoke about his positive exit from the workplace.
According to reports citing sources, the previous NAB chief resigned after being pressured to file proceedings against political figures.
In July of last year, Sultan took over as head of the National Accountability Bureau, succeeding Justice (r) Javed Iqbal. In the past, he oversaw the Intelligence Bureau, however he left that position in 2018.