Opposition asked to name members for committee meant to probe Gulalai allegations

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 10, 2017

The complaints were filed by Gulalai's ex-secretary Noor Zaman Khan, Arif Marwat and Saleem Nawaz.

National Accountability Bureau Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa said that corruption complaint against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf dissident MNA Ayesha Gulalai would be treated according to the law. The PTI leaders claimed that Ayesha Gulalai and her father were involved in corrupt practices and called for investigation.

"You are therefore requested to issue necessary directions to the authorities concerned to properly investigate these mega scandals and take strict disciplinary action against the said MNA and her father".

The complaints have also been forward for Khyber Pakhtunkhaw chief minister's Complaint Cell along with director of the anti-corruption establish-ment and director general of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ehtesab (accountability) commission. Every complaint is scrutinised by complaint officers and discussed in "complaint scrutiny" meetings held twice a week, it said.

Gulalai had parted ways with PTI on August 1, and in a subsequent press conference the same day had accused Imran and other party leaders of harassing party's women workers, including herself, and sending them lewd text messages.

He had also alleged that Ms Gulalai had embezzled Rs1.2 million from the funds meant to build a road from Lakki Marwat to Tarikhel, while Rs600,000 for a project meant for the sinking of a solar energy-powered tubewell were also misused.

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