Monday, September 26, 2022

MUZAFFARABAD: AJK The historic ‘Kashmir Leaks’ of more than Rs 10 trillion of different periods has come to light

MUZAFFARABAD: AJK The historic ‘Kashmir Leaks’ of more than Rs 10 trillion of different periods has come to light:

Kashmir Leaks includes Rs 70 billion worth of unnamed properties in Pakistan and abroad, Era Sierra, WAPDA, Kashmir Council, Hydraulics, Highways, Forests, Electronics, Development Corporation, Minerals, Local Government Mall and others.

The governments established in different periods of Azad Kashmir have committed historical corruption of more than one trillion which is being dubbed as ‘Kashmir Lakes’.

According to details, three prime ministers including Chaudhry Abdul Majeed, Sardar Atiq, Raja Farooq Haider, two presidents including Sardar Yaqub Khan, Sardar Sikandar Hayat Khan and dozens of ministers, more than a hundred bureaucrats, retired judges and businessmen were present in Kashmir Lakes. 

According to sources, more than 70 billion anonymous properties have been created in Pakistan and abroad. More than Rs 500 billion has been spent on corruption in development agencies, illegal land grabs, local government and other agencies. Burjis Tahir, Manzoor Voto, Chaudhry Aziz, Tariq Farooq, Dr Najib Naqi, Chaudhry Rukhsar, Iftikhar Gilani, Mir Akbar, Farooq Sikandar and PPP Azad are among the current and former ministers involved in corruption in Kashmir Lakes. From Kashmir, Chaudhry Yasin, Chaudhry Latif Akbar, Chaudhry Pervez Ashraf, Sardar Qamar-ul-Zaman and many others are included. 

The corrupt bureaucrats in Azad Kashmir include Farhat Mir, Raja Amjad Pervez, Fayyaz Abbasi, dozens of secretaries, directors and other officials. The names of more than ten judges including Chief Justice (retd) Khawaja Saeed and Chaudhry Ibrahim Zia are also included. According to sources, the assets of corrupt elements involved in Kashmir Lakes are in conflict with their income and benefits.

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by Azadi Times