LAHORE – Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif may land into trouble over the alleged irregularities in the Ashiana Housing Scheme Project as Rs 1 billion has been misutilised in the said project.
He will tomorrow (Monday) appear before the National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) combined investigation team (CIT) in connection with an alleged graft in a housing scheme.
The Punjab CM took the decision to appear before the anti-corruption watchdog team was taken after detailed consultation with his legal experts.
The anti-corruption watchdog had issued a notice to Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif asking him to appear before a combined investigation team (CIT) on January 22 (Monday) in connection with an alleged graft in a housing scheme.
The NAB asked Shehbaz Sharif to answer queries in response to NAB’s claim that his alleged misuse of authority resulted in loss of approximately Rs1 billion in a housing colony project.