The employees demanded that a Supreme Court judge should inquire into the death of Faisal, who was investigating the Rental Power Projects case involving Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf. Faisal’s post mortem report had declared the death a suicide but his family refused to accept the report, insisting it was murder.
NAB employees called for the NAB chairman to nominate an officer who would file an FIR against Faisal’s death and would get the case investigated.
The second demand called for the NAB chairman to implement the Supreme Court June 15 orders in the RPPs case.
The employees also demanded that Faisal be awarded the Sitara-e-Imtiaz and his family should be given Rs20 million in compensation.
The NAB chairman was also requested to immediately fire all temporary employees to ensure transparent and independent investigation into the case. The officers condemned the alleged media campaign against the Supreme Court claiming that it makes the employees think that they are above the law and the apex court can be pressurised.
Lastly, the NAB employees demanded security for all officers and said that they should be given a uniform and permission to carry weapons for their protection.