Lahore(TNS): Director Anti-Corruption Multan Basharat Nabi open court … ordered to decide these applications on merit within a week

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On the instructions of Director General Anti-Corruption Punjab Sohail Zafar Chatta, Regional Director Anti-Corruption Multan Basharat Nabi opened an open court in the office of Deputy Director Anti-Corruption Khaniwal today in which he heard the requests of more than 50 people. Corruption Basharat Nabi Deputy Director KhanewalRao Abdul Ghaffar and Circle Officer Muhammad Sajid have been ordered to decide these applications on merit within a week and submit a report in which most Revenue Departments, Patwaris, Tehsildars, WASA, TMA, PHA, High Applications were received against Road, Police, Irrigation, Building and Water Department, DirectorAnti-corruption Bisharat Nabi while talking to the journalists and the public said that I will decide on merit and if anyone gives false applications, I will take action against them under Section 182. Strictly adhere to Chittak’s vision
In the open court of director anti-corruption Multan held on Friday, the citizens piled up their complaints. The citizens said that Khanewal municipality is the front of the majority of people who are completely naked in the bath of corruption. Khanewal municipality and district council and others. The widespread looting in government institutionsKhasot market is hot, it is more than districts. Corruption is common in the whole country, but what makes Khanewal different from other cities of the country is that corruption is widespread here and its rate is very high. In Khanewal, corruption accounts for half of the total value of government projects. From this money, the corrupt government officials shared their shareused to Now this share has increased to 30 to 50 percent of the total amount. If a project is completed according to the papers, it is considered that up to thirty percent of its total money has been consumed by government officials and politicians and the rest of the money has been spent on the project. If substandard materials and equipment are used, the money will be subject to corruptionThe estimate increases to fifty percent of the total project. The amount of corruption from the development budget alone is not less than three to four hundred billion rupees per year. Allegations of corruption have also been made against officers and officials of various government institutions of Khanewal. Generally, people holding high positions take commissions in big projects, but it is common for wealthy government officials to collect money through their clerks.

Apart from corruption at the highest government level, bribery has become an integral part of the entire administrative structure. Every day there is a bribe transaction on numerous occasions. Commission is eaten in the government institutions that make purchases. People are pushed by the accountant’s office for pension. They run after patwaris and their henchmen to take ownership of their land. They fill the pockets of FBR officials to protect their real income from tax. They warm the fists of officers to stop or get their transfer, pay huge sums of money to politicians and officers to get jobs. They fill the stomach of the police officers to avoid the brutality of the police or to be brutalized.

Even if you want to file an FIR of your legitimate complaint, you have to pay the police station clerk in the name of stationery. The bottom line is that our judicial system up to the district level is highly corrupt. A rate is fixed for each work in civil and sessions court. People kill, bribe the investigating officer of the police and spoil the investigation. They are released on bail by bribing the magistrate or judge. Corrupt civil servants and their patron politicians receive almost as much money from the public in various forms for their own personal accounts as they receive from the public exchequer in the form of taxes. This is the institutional corruption that is prevalent in Khanewal. Citizens said that corruption in Khanewal is an administrative problem but more than that it has now become a problem of basic human rights of millions of people. Corruption has deprived the poor and low-income people of their constitutional and legal rights as bribes are required to obtain justice from the courts and their legitimate legal rights from government institutions. Eighty percent of the poor people of the country do not have money to eat two meals a day, from where can they get money to pay bribes. Fifty-eight percent of the population of Khanirwal gets the work by paying bribes, otherwise they do not get a kilo of meat from the butcher. A citizen said that there is a hot market for looting in Khanewal from meat shops to big bakeries. None of the bakeries in the city have reduced the rates.
The federal and provincial governments spend hundreds of billions of rupees every year on public education and health projects, but due to corruption, their benefits do not reach the common man. The result of this situation is that the common poor citizen of Khanewal has become alienated and alienated from the state. He is not provided with legitimate rights and legal rights from police, court, hospital and school. The citizens said that it is not the state’s business to occupy the government land. Patwari gives the copy of the action orders of 32/34 to the mafia so that the land mafia can get a stay before the operation. An example of which is the four brothers in 78 Das Ar Khaniwal. Shaukat, Khadim, Khairat and Talib etc. are involved in the acquisition and sale of land worth crores of rupees. Section 32/3400 has been ordered against him, but he obtained a stay from the court of Additional Commissioner Ishtamal, Multan, and the constructions are going on under it. The law will have to be dealt with strictly to end the occupation of the state’s land, said local social figure Syed. Saqib Naqvi gave the example of former Deputy Commissioner Revenue Khanewal Azuba AzimIt was told that the theft of petrol from this honest municipal officer will be stopped by entrusting this responsibility to a nobleman, Ajmal Khan Daha. If someone wants to do something, then corruption can be controlled, it is not the lack of resources, it is the lack of intention
Director Anti-Corruption Multan listened to the complaints of the citizens with great attention and attention and directed them to stay in touch and said that he will take all possible steps to eliminate corruption.
He expressed his determination that he will improve the affairs and try to use the powers for the betterment of the people, considering them to be the trust of Allah.