ISLAMABAD - National Accountability Bureau (NAB) yesterday raided the office of Federal Government Employees Housing Authority (FGEHA) Islamabad in the illegal appointments case and seized the important record for investigation. According to sources, the inquiry is being made on illegal appointments and embezzlements in the appointment process during the period of 2019 to 2021. The appointments in the FGEHA were made on vacancies from Grade-1 to Grade-22. During the raid, the paper-checking machine was also taken into custody by the NAB officials. Officials told The Nation that in the appointment process of different vacancies, violation for requirements of quota for different provinces was committed by voiding the condition of domicile by candidates in the appointment process. They said that on some appointments in the FGEHA signatures of Kashif Manzoor Malik, former Chairman Selection Committee, are also missing. Multan Sultans triumph over Peshawar Zalmi in PSL 6 final The NAB inquiry officials during the investigation recorded the statements of relevant officials including Director Administration of the FGEHA Islamabad. The sources disclosed that approximately 250 appointments were made in the FGEHA Islamabad and during the appointment process some advertisements were made in media for some vacancies by changing their required qualifications.