PM Directive Discloses Major Corruption in Previous Periods of Debt Inquiry Commission
| PM Directive Discloses Major Corruption |
ISLAMABAD: The Debt Inquiry Commission, based on the directive of Prime Minister Imran Khan, prepared a preliminary report and presented it to the government, stating that up to 30 per cent of the commission was paid in the previous two periods.
According to the details, the Debt Inquiry Commission has prepared a preliminary report on the loans taken in the previous period and submitted it to the government.
Former law minister Dr. Babar Awan said in a video statement on social media that a commission report headed by Hussain Asghar has been submitted to the government, after the report, new mega cases of corruption will emerge.
According to ARY News, it is likely that a new mega scam of corruption will come out after compiling the Loan Inquiry Commission report.
Renowned lawyer Babar Awan says that in the previous two periods, the commission was paid up to 30% of the money, the report states that there has been a case for payment of up to 30% of the money in various projects.
Remember that on June 12 this year, Prime Minister Imran Khan, while addressing the nation, announced that he was setting up a high powered commission under his supervision.
The Prime Minister had told the nation after the budget that the PML-N and the PP did their best to destabilize the economy. P will join.