NAB starts probe into alleged corruption by Punjab CM Buzdar
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has started its investigation against Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar in an alleged corruption case, a private channel source reported.
According to details, two people have filed applications in the accountability bureau against Punjab CM.
NAB Director General Lahore, Major (retd) Shehzad Saleem said that NAB’s top officials were aware of the issue and they had ordered to take action.
The CM is currently facing allegations of getting a government helicopter insured for Rs70million instead of Rs30mn. He had also ordered the amount for the helicopter insurance to be paid from supplementary grants.
Moreover, he has also been accused of illegally awarding an alcohol-sale permit to a private hotel in Lahore.