LAHORE: The PML-N will get a case registered against Chief Minister Usman Buzdar for allegedly stealing the ‘official record’ of the CM House, says party’s Punjab information secretary Azma Bokhari.

“Usman Buzdar has removed the official record from the Chief Minister House and shifted it to an unidentified place,” Ms Bokhari said in a statement here on Thursday.

She said if Buzdar had not removed the official record why he deleted the video footage of the Chief Minister’s House in this regard. She alleged that Usman Buzdar had become a billionaire through corruption and he had made benami properties for which he would be made accountable.

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Ms Bokhari predicted Buzdar would soon be finding a new party to join like his other party members.

On the other hand, the Punjab government has termed the PML-N’s allegations rubbish.

Earlier, the Punjab government had dismissed reports that Mr Buzdar had directed the department concerned to prepare a summary for enhancing the perks and privileges for ‘former’ chief ministers.

Meanwhile, PML-N leaders Maryam Nawaz and Hamza Shehbaz will address the party workers at Model Town on Friday (today) to prepare the workers for the party’s long march starting from Lahore on Saturday.

Published in Dawn, March 25th, 2022

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