Application against Usman Buzdar filed in Anti-Corruption Department

By: News Desk
Published: 09:46 PM, 17 May, 2022
Application against Usman Buzdar filed in Anti-Corruption Department
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An application has been submitted to the Anti-Corruption Department for registering a case against former Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar on Tuesday.

According to the 24News HD TV channel, the application was filed by an unknown citizen of Lahore city for holding investigations on the corruption charges against Usman Buzdar.

The application also sought the registration of cases against former chief minister's secretary Tahir Khursheed, Sardar Umar Bazdar, Toor Khan Bazdar and Ameer Taimur on corruption charges.

Pertinent to mention here that yesterday, the ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) leader Attaullah Tarar announced to file a petition against former Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bazdar in the anti-corruption department.

Tarar held a press conference in Lahore and said they will submit an application for an inquiry against the former Chief Minister’s associates too.

The PML-N leader said Usman Bazdar was appointed Chief Minister at the behest of former First Lady Bushra Bibi. He further claimed that Bushra Bibi ruled Punjab through Farah Gogi.

Atta Tarar said Usman Bazdar made huge assets after becoming the CM and all of his acts linked to the Bani Gala. He also alleged that black money was legalized.

He said Usman Buzdar made assets of Rs270 million after becoming Punjab CM. He said Usman Buzdar should answer about his brother’s land value of one billion rupees. 

PML-N leader Tarar said his government would also probe the assets of Rs103 million of Usman Buzdar.

Categories : Pakistan