Punjab govt vetting probe against PA Speaker, Secretary

LAHORE: The Punjab government has hinted at launching a new inquiry against Punjab Assembly Speaker Pervaiz Elahi and Secretary Muhammad Khan Bhatti.

According to sources privy to the development, the government has found evidence against PA Speaker Pervaiz Elahi and Secretary Muhammad Khan Bhatti for taking bribes to approve “fake legislation.”

It has been learnt that the approval of the charter of the universities was not presented before the House, sources closer to the Punjab government claimed on Thursday.

They added that the office-bearers of the Punjab Assembly had received bribes from the universities to illegally legislate the charter while sitting inside their chambers.

It is being said that the provincial authorities will also begin a thorough probe into the construction of the Punjab Assembly’s building and illegal appointments.

Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) central leader Attaullah Tarar said that they found evidence of legislation on papers without getting approval from the House. Tarar confirmed that the Punjab government is going to launch an inquiry into the serious crimes.



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