ACE to register another corruption case worth billions against Pervaiz and Moonis

ACE to register another corruption case worth billions against Pervaiz and Moonis

The Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) has recently announced its intention to initiate legal proceedings against Pervez Elahi, the President of the PTI and former Chief Minister of Punjab. Their decision stems from allegations of misconduct and corrupt practices pertaining to the Master Plan 2050.

According to anti-corruption authorities, Pervez Elahi is suspected of facilitating the illicit conversion of agricultural land in Kasur into commercial land within the master plan. This impending case against the PTI President is set to be registered within the jurisdiction of the Anti-Corruption Establishment, Lahore Region-A.

Additionally, it has come to light that the land in question at Kotla Rai Abubakar is linked to Parvez Elahi's son. Allegations have emerged that a fraudulent land map was signed by the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) chairman under the influence of Chaudhry Moonis Elahi, further deepening the suspicions of wrongdoing.

What intensifies the gravity of the situation is the purported illegal approval of the master plan in collaboration with a foreign company at stage 5. These developments underscore the seriousness of the charges and the potential implications for Pervez Elahi and those involved in this alleged corruption case.

As these allegations unfold, they cast a shadow of doubt over the integrity of the political landscape, with accusations of misconduct reaching the highest echelons of power. The Anti-Corruption Establishment's decision to pursue legal action against a prominent figure like Pervez Elahi underscores their commitment to upholding transparency and accountability within the governance system. The outcome of this case will undoubtedly be closely watched, as it may have significant implications not only for the accused but also for the broader perception of political ethics and accountability in Pakistan