Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader and MPA Haleem Adil Shaikh while talking to media in Karachi, challenged Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah who, he said, controls the department, to prove the charges against him. He alleged that the Sindh government wanted to muzzle his voice. He added that the provincial government is trying to politicize the issue, which is uncalled for.
The Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) compiled its final report on an investigation into the encroachment charges against the MPA Haleem Adil Shaikh and transmitted its report to the competent authority, seeking approval for the arrest of the PTI leader.
According to the report, the PTI leader encroached upon billions of rupees worth of state land where fake housing schemes and other projects were launched in cahoots with officials of the Sehwan Development Authority and the revenue department.
The department uncovered a network of fake housing societies launched by Karachi Golf City Properties – a group of companies belonging to the Palm Group of Companies. Haleem Adil Shaikh is said to be the chairperson of the group.
After a detailed investigation, it turned out that government land was presented as private land by falsifying documents, the department said, adding that the schemes were launched by a person named Tariq Qureshi – alleged frontman of the PTI leader.
The Anti-Corruption Establishment said These housing schemes included Palm Dreams, Dream Villas, Dream Farm Houses, Golf Community, Walk-up Apartments, Karachi Hills, Sehwan Hills.
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