The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) cleared interim prime minister's advisor Ahad Khan Cheema of assets beyond means on Monday.
According to the NAB report, all of Ahad Cheema's assets match his income; hence, no reference against him is necessary.
According to the report, all of Ahad Cheema's accused 'benamidars' (individuals owning property on behalf of others) purchased the homes with their own money and are unrelated to Cheema.
According to the study, the accounts of Ahad Cheema's relatives, including Sadia Mansoor, Mansoor Ahmed, and Nazia Ashraf, are not 'benami' accounts of Cheema.
According to the investigation, Ahad Cheema's total income is 213 million, while his expenses are 131 million.
It went on to say that during the re-investigation, the former official furnished NAB with his income and profit documents. After comprehensive verification, the supplied record was verified to be accurate.
The NAB requested that the accountability court rule on Ahad Cheema's acquittal petition in accordance with the law.