Anti-corruption summons Bushra Bibi’s brother for ‘illegally occupying govt land’
Anti-corruption officials in Punjab has summoned Ahmed Mujtaba, the brother of former first lady Bushra Bibi, for his alleged involvement in a case related to occupying government land in Depalpur.
Bushra Bibi’s brother Ahmed Mujtaba and 18 others were directed to appear before the Anti-Corruption Establishment Sahiwal office on July 6 in connection with an investigation into allegations of illegally occupying government land.
At the same time, the ACE has directed that action be taken against those who do not join the investigation.
Sources claimed that Ahmed Mujtaba was involved in illegally leasing government land allotted for the establishment of the market and occupying government land through the chairman of the market committee, which caused a loss of Rs200 million to the national exchequer.
According to anti-corruption officials, shops were built in Dibalpur by occupying government land.
Last week, the Anti-Corruption Establishment had registered a case against Farah Khan and his mother in a case of illegal allotment of 2 plots of 10 acres to the company of Farhat Shahzadi alias Farah Khan, a close friend of former first lady Bushra Bibi.
In this connection, the CEO of Faisalabad Industrial Estate Development and Management Company (FIEDMC) and the Secretary of the Special Economic Zone Committee were arrested.
According to the lawsuit filed in this regard, with the connivance of FIEDMC officials, an investigation has been launched into allegations of illegal allotment of plots to M/S Al Mueez Dairy and Foods Pvt. Ltd.