Officials being investigated over removal of record from CM House


The officers and other employees at the Chief Minister (CM) House are being investigated over the alleged removal of the official record from the CM House as well as the CM Office and its transfer to an unidentified place, it was surfaced on Friday.

According to official sources, Implementation and Coordination (I&C) Secretary Zaid Bin Maqsood is supervising the inquiry against the suspected officials.

It is to be noted that several disgruntled parliamentarians of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had alleged misappropriation of development funds and transfers and postings of blue-eyed officers of the Punjab chief minister in violation of the rules and merit.

Informed sources had also confirmed that not only laptops been removed from the CM Office, but the officials posted there also got the data deleted from cell phones.

Two trucks were reportedly hired to shift the official documents from 7 Club Road and 5 Club Road, respectively. Furthermore, footages of the interior of the CM House had also been deleted from the CCTV cameras.


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