LAHORE – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Aleem Khan has been summoned by Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) in a case associated to owing property past the identified supply of revenue.
The anti-corruption watchdog’s Lahore’s workplace has summoned the PTI’s potential candidate for the slot of chief minister Punjab on August eight.
Aleem Khan’s properties in the USA and United Kingdom are additionally being investigated. The PTI’s elected lawmaker has twice appeared earlier than the probe physique in relation to the continued investigation.
Earlier it emerged in nomination papers submitted to Election fee of Pakistan (ECP) that Aleem Khan owned property value over Rs918 million.
In response to Khan’s nomination papers submitted for the not too long ago held elections, the PTI central Punjab president and former MPA holds complete property value Rs918,278,855.
Khan’s private property is valued at greater than Rs159 million whereas his possession of shares is alleged to be value greater than Rs129.three million.