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Buzdar withdraws bail plea in liquor case

LAHORE: An accountability courtroom (AC) has disposed of the previous Punjab CM Usman Buzdar’s bail plea in a case pertaining to awarding a liquor licence to a lodge by violating the regulation.

The previous chief minister of Punjab is accused of allegedly receiving Rs50 million in bribes to get a liquor licence issued to a lodge in violation of the regulation.

The TLTP learnt that as per particulars, the courtroom disposed of the previous CM Punjab Usman Buzdar’s bail plea after the Nationwide Accountability Courtroom (NAB) assured to shut the inquiry within the liquor licensing case that’s why he withdrew the bail plea, Usman Buzdar’s counsel added.

The investigation officer knowledgeable the courtroom that the previous chief minister was not needed by the NAB as we speak and a suggestion has additionally been despatched for closing the NAB inquiry

Earlier, an accountability courtroom prolonged interim bail of former Punjab CM Usman Buzdar in a case pertaining to awarding a liquor licence to a lodge by violating the regulation.

It might be famous that PTI chief Sardar Usman Buzdar had appeared earlier than the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) within the liquor licence case.

Buzdar was quizzed by a mixed investigation crew of the bureau for about one hour and forty minutes. He was later handed a 12-page questionnaire to furnish replies to together with full particulars of the case.

The NAB has accused CM Punjab Usman Buzdar had issued a liquor licence to a non-public lodge, which is the correct of DG Excise.

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