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Speaker Asad Qaiser refutes corruption charges

Speaker Asad Qaiser refutes corruption charges
March 18, 2017

ISLAMABAD, 18 March: Speaker Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial Assembly Asad Qaiser on Saturday rebutted corruption charges and said he will welcome National Accountability Bureau (NAB) investigation if conducted into the matter.
Addressing a press conference here at Khybe Pakhtunkhwa House, Asad Qaiser said that a baseless propaganda has been initiated against him of buying 35-kanal house in Bani Gala. ” If any one pointed out and proved alleged 35-kanal house on my name at Bani Gala, I would transfer its title to that person ,” he challenged adding he would quit politics too if found guilty in corruption.
Chief Minister Pervez Khattak and other PTI leaders were also present on this occasion.
He said that he has 5 kanal and five marla plot in Banigala and said that all his assets and properties have been declared in assets declaration before general elections. He further said that his brother was living in a rented house in Banigala.
Terming corruption charges an attempt of his character assassination, he said that he would pursue legal action over damaging his credibility. He said that he had paid Rs1.1 million as tax last year.

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