Tayyaba Gul has submitted videos and audios as evidence to Public Accounts Committee!
- Tayyaba Gul is the woman who was allegedly a part of the 2021 video leak controversy involving the ex-chairman of the NAB Javed Iqbal
- Tayyaba Gul, who has filed a harassment petition against former chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal, appeared before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), where she made serious revelations.
Tayyaba said she was stripped naked during the interrogation.
Tayyaba Gul told PAC that a false reference was made against her, and she was not even heard, adding “I met Justice (R) Javed Iqbal in the Missing Persons Commission.”
She went on to add that in January 2019, the NAB arrested her from her house at night in Lahore.
“My number was listed at the request of the missing person. He kept calling me from time to time. I made the video of Javed Iqbal’s conversation because he was a very powerful official. I wanted the truth about this person to come out in front of everyone.” she told before the PAC.
In several TV interviews, Tayyaba Gul said she has had FIRs registered against her, threatened by the police, and had her videos leaked without consent.
“Mein eik urat hou kar asi jang lar rahi hou joh iss system mein eik mard bhi nahi lar sakta,” she said in one interview.
Tayyaba Gul was stripped naked by the NAB officials to blackmail her and her video was made, NAB Chairman sexually exploited her as he targeted opposition parties to please imran khan. @KavehMoussavi was right to call NAB a criminal organisation pic.twitter.com/CCxhHVWwFH
— Murtaza Ali Shah (@MurtazaViews) July 7, 2022
Pakistan is Waiting CJP
to take suo moto notice of Tayyaba Gul's case.
It is a more damning indictment of the system. If he fails it signifies the state itself has gone Beresk.
There is nothing more serious than this case .#ArrestJavedIqbal #ArrestJavedIqbal pic.twitter.com/VcbzRU9pWA
— Dr Naeemkhan (@DNaeemkhan) July 8, 2022
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) said on Thursday that it had sent a recommendation to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif for the removal of former justice (retired) Javed Iqbal as the chairman of the Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances.
Justice Javed Iqbal relinquished the charge as National Accountability Bureau chairman on , after the expiry of a recently promulgated ordinance that had allowed him to stay in office until the appointment of a new chief.
The previous government had promulgated the ordinance to extend the NAB chief’s tenure for an indefinite period.