Anti-corruption cases registered against Usman Bazdar for naming government lands

Anti corruption cases registered against Usman Bazdar for naming government lands

Anti-corruption cases have been registered against former Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bazdar for naming government lands, in which his brothers have also been named.

According to sources, cases have been registered against Usman Bazdar on the basis of the inquiry report of Deputy Commissioner Dera Ghazi Khan.

According to sources, the cases include provisions for transfer of government land to his name by forgery, while the text states that Sardar Usman Bazdar had prepared a fake letter regarding allotment of 900 kanals of government land and in 1986, showing the transfer, the land Took the weapon

According to sources, Usman Bazdar and his brothers are accused of transferring 900 kanals of government land worth crores of rupees in Taunsa. Cases have been registered against the accused in Anti-Corruption Police Station DG Khan and investigation has been started.

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