LAHORE: The anti-corruption establishment (ACE) Punjab has started another inquiry against the former chief minister Punjab Usman Buzdar, ARY News reported on Friday.
As per details, Usman Buzdar is accused of constructing a hall on private land on the state’s expenditure.
The total cost of the hall construction was Rs 2.4 crore and neither the land was transferred to the state’s possession nor the land acquisition process was carried out, a source with the ACE said.
The source further revealed that the hall which is built near the grave of Usman Buzdar is still in his possession.
ACE Punjab has summoned the PTI leader Usman Buzdar on April 17 in connection with this case.
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Earlier, the Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) Punjab summoned the former chief minister Usman Buzdar for building Buzdar’s house on the state’s property.
The ACE said that the state’s property worth billion is under the possession of the former chief minister Punjab in Fort Munro.
Usman Buzdar constructed Buzdar House on two canals of the total property and grabbed two canals’ commercial property by misusing his powers, the ACE added.
The ACE issued the notices to Buzdar and summoned him on March 30.