ACE Punjab files a complaint against Usman Buzdar

Usman Buzdar

Complaint Against Usaman Buzdar Ex CM Punjab

According to a report published late on Sunday by Geo News, the Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) of Punjab has opened an investigation into allegations that former Chief Minister of Punjab Usman Buzdar unlawfully transferred 900 kanals of land in Dera Ghazi Khan.

Based on a report provided by the deputy commissioner of Dera Ghazi Khan, ACE authorities have said that a case has been opened against those mentioned above, previous chief ministers of Punjab. They went on to say that both of Buzdar’s brothers are also involved in the investigation.

According to the authorities, the regulations regarding transferring government land via the use of forged documents have been added in the case. One of the allegations is creating a forged letter to facilitate the transfer of 900 kanals of government land.

According to the officials, the incident has been reported to the police station in ACE’s Dera Ghazi Khan district.

Ataullah Tarrar would be the one to submit the charge against Usman Buzdar to the anti-corruption department. Attaullah Tarar, a representative of the PML-N, said a month ago that the government had decided to move the Anti-Corruption Establishment against Usman Buzdar, a former chief minister of Punjab.

The head of the PML-N said, at a news conference, that the former chief minister “ruthlessly stole the riches of the country” and robbed the impoverished people of their rights.
According to the deputy secretary-general of the PML-N, former Prime Minister Imran Khan played the role of a facilitator in former Chief Minister Buzdar’s “corruption.” At the same time, the front men of the previous Chief Minister also remained active in “plundering the country’s resources.”

Tarrar has previously said that Usman Buzdar will be held accountable for his corrupt behavior.
After the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) emerged victorious in the elections held in Punjab in July 2018, the most pressing issue after the polls was the following: who would succeed Amarinder Singh as chief minister of Punjab? As time passed, familiar and unfamiliar names were added to the mix in the cocktail shaker. Many prominent candidates were vying for the position, including a former provincial minister named Abdul Aleem Khan and a TV presenter. He turned his attention to politics named Fawad Ahmad Chaudhry. And then others required somewhat more investigation to compile a profile.

But none of them were as ordinary as Sardar Usman Ahmad Khan Buzdar. Because of this, the nomination of Buzdar by Imran Khan, the chairman of the PTI, came as a surprise to political wonks and Buzdar himself. The previous contender for the chief minister is also active in the real estate industry and practices law.

In the month of May 1969, Buzdar was born in the tribal stretch of Dera Ghazi Khan, which is situated in the province of Punjab. He is the eldest of five brothers and sisters. Even though he received his early education in his hometown of Barth, he ultimately went on to complete his undergraduate studies. He then proceeded to earn a master’s degree in political science as well as a law degree from Bahauddin Zakariya University in Multan after completing his studies there.