Multan Metro alleged corruption case main player goes missing
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday demanded judicial inquiry of Faisal Subhan’s disappearance.
While talking to journalists, Imran said that Faisal Subhan, the CEO of Capital Engineering went missing after he exposed corruption in Multan Metro project before a Chinese probing committee.
Faisal Subhan had revealed that heavy commission was transferred in foreign bank accounts of Shahbaz Sharif and his family, Imran added Imran further said that the role of Punjab’s bureaucracy has been exposed.
He demanded of the Supreme Court to public the agreements of Metro and Orange Line projects.
The PTI leaders said that it will not be tolerated to hide the details of the projects worth billions.
Imran Khan on Sunday chaired a party meeting and decided to hold protest demonstrations inside and outside the Punjab assembly against the Subhan’s disappearance on Monday.