Anti Corruption Establishment registers case against Buzdar

Brothers of ex-CM Punjab included in case registered in ACE’s DG Khan police station

A case has been registered against the former chief minister of Punjab, Usman Buzdar, for 900 kanals of illegal land transfer in Tonsa, Dera Ghazi Khan.

The case against the former CM Punjab has been registered by the provincial Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE). The case has been derived on basis of a report submitted to ACE by the deputy commissioner of DG Khan. The case includes the provisions for transferring land through forgery.

The media has reported that Usman Buzdar’s brothers are also included in the case. The case has been registered in ACE’s Dera Ghazi Khan police station.

Previously, PML-N Deputy Secretary General Attaullah Tarar had hinted upon the registration of a case against the ex-CM. Tarar had said that Buzdar had deprived the poor of their rights by plundering the government’s resources. He had said that Usman Buzdar would have to answer for his corruption.

Atta Tarar had said that former prime minister Imran Khan had facilitated Buzdar’s corruption.

Police has started their proceedings after the registration of the case and an inquiry regarding the matter has been initiated.