PML-N demands arrest of Ashraf Qazi in Golf Club scam
PML-N leader Mohammad Siddique ul Farooq has demanded immediate arrest of Javed Ashraf Qazi and others involved in illegal deed of the Railways Golf Club's sale.
Addressing a press conference at the party's central secretariat on Friday, he said that the agreement between National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and Hasnain Construction Company for the payment of Rs 16 billion was not sufficient.
The PML-N leader pointed out that he started Jehad against Javed Ashraf Qazi's corruption in 2002.
Farooq pointed out that he sent complaints through registry, courier service, through fax and by hand about mega corruption of Javed Ashraf Qazi to the then Chairman NAB and also wrote several letters.
Adding the PMl-N leader said, at the same time he also sent private references against Ch Shujat Hussain, Chaudhry Pervez Elahi and Chaudhry Wajahat Hussain about wheat scandal and illegal elections to the NAB and Chief Election Commissioner but so far no action has been taken.
He appealed the Supreme Court to direct the implementation of the unanimous recommendations of the PAC in this connection. He also requested the apex court to take suo motu notice of the 2005, 2006 stock market scandal in which Musharraf's finance Minister Shaukat Aziz plundered 13 billion dollars from 35,000 small investors. Siddique ul Farooq said he would file an application in the Supreme Court for becoming a party in Javed Ashraf Qazi and others' corruption cases. The PMl-N leader reminded that when he raised voice against the corruption of Javed Ashraf Qazi, he was kidnapped from outside his house on October 29 at the behest of the former Railways Minister and was tortured.