NAB Summons Former Punjab CM Usman Buzdar for Investigation


The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has once again summoned former Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Usman Buzdar for questioning. The investigation is related to the awarding of contracts for the construction of a dam in Dera Ghazi Khan (DG Khan). Buzdar has been accused of favoritism in these contracts.

In a separate probe, NAB has also initiated an investigation into the appointments and transfers of government officials during Buzdar’s tenure as CM. The accountability watchdog in Lahore is conducting this inquiry and has requested the Services Secretary for complete records of these appointments and transfers.

Sources within NAB claim that allegations of bribery involving millions of rupees for these appointments and transfers surfaced during Buzdar’s term as CM. This prompted the initiation of a thorough investigation to uncover any wrongdoing.

As the investigation unfolds, NAB is determined to ensure transparency and accountability in public office. The agency aims to bring forth any evidence of corruption or favoritism, if found, and hold those responsible accountable for their actions.

It is important to uphold the principles of fairness and integrity in the governance of any country. NAB’s efforts in investigating these allegations demonstrate their commitment to combating corruption and promoting a just society. The outcomes of these investigations will determine the course of justice for those involved.


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