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MPA Fazli Elahi files application with Anti-Corruption Dept against Ayesha Gulalai

MPA Fazli Elahi files application with Anti-Corruption Dept against Ayesha Gulalai
August 10, 2017

PESHAWAR, 10 August: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MPA Fazli Elahi on Thursday submitted an application to the Anti-Corruption Department against party’s dissident MNA Ayesha Gulali over the alleged embezzlement of funds in the development schemes.
Fazli Elahi has stated in his complaint that Ayesha Gulalai had gathered funds for a hospital in foreign while using party name. She also involved in corruption in various development projects in provincial government schemes.
The PTI MPA claimed that he handed over corruption proofs to Anti Corruption Department.
He asked the concerned officials to take action against her according to law.
The Anti Corruption Department officials said that action would be taken on it in line with the law.
It is pertinent to mention here that after Ayesha Gulalai announcement of leaving PTI following levelling serious allegations against party chief, her secretary Noor Zaman had too approached NAB and Ehtisab Commission saying that Gulalai involved in corruption in development schemes awarded to her by the provincial government.


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