Anti-Corruption Establishment takes notice of properties donated by Quaid, Liaquat Ali Khan

They have been taken over by illegal occupants, the ACE sources report.

 

  • Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) takes notice of occupation on the donated properties by the founder of Pakistan, his sister and country’s first PM.
  • The properties have been occupied by the illegal occupants.
  • ACE, Lahore Region, has asked for a detailed report on those assets by Revenue Department officials of Patwar circle Icchra.
  • The LDA officials have been directed to appear before ACE.

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The Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) takes notice of occupation on the donated properties of the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, his sister Fatima Jinnah and first Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawab Liaqat Ali Khan, a local news source has reported.

As the mentioned media source reports quoting ACE, in Gulberg, Lahore, the properties that were worth billions of rupees were donated by Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, who also served in the capacity of the first Governor-General. However, the properties donated by him along with his late sister and Pakistan’s first Prime Minister have been occupied by the illegal occupants.

ACE, Lahore Region, has asked for a detailed report on those assets by Revenue Department officials of Patwar circle Icchra. The notices relating to this matter have also been sent to the officials of the Lahore Development Authority (LDA). The LDA officials have been directed to appear before ACE.

NAB Recovered Record Rs 71bn Within 20 Months:

Transparency International Pakistan appreciates NAB’s efforts to reduce the corruption in Pakistan especially lauds the anti-corruption efforts under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Justice Javed Iqbal, the incumbent chairman NAB.

“Anti-corruption drive in last 20 months under the dynamic leadership of Honorable Mr. Justice Javed Iqbal, has resulted in an excellent impact much needed since its inception with record direct and indirect recovery of Rs 71 billion and filing of over 600 corruption references in the respected accountability courts during the present regime of 20 months,” Press Release by TI Pakistan’s statement read.

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