Alleged looting of resources in Kemari district by Sindh government officials

KARACHI: Favorite officials of Sindh government have started clearing the resources of Kemari district of Karachi as soon as it came into existence. The former municipal commissioner became a millionaire by giving a contract worth millions.

According to details, the new district of Kemari, which was recently created by the Sindh government, became crippled before it could stand on its own feet. Sources said that Kemari district has fallen into the clutches of alleged corrupt officials of the Sindh government. Due to which the performance of the institution has become a question mark.

A few days ago, the Municipal Commissioner of Kemari District, Raqbal Phulpoto, was transferred, but he left without giving any contract to the preferred contractor, the Department of Advertising, which plays an important role in the revenue of Kemari District. Sources said that after receiving a challan of Rs.
In this regard, the sources further said that no advertisement was given before the award was given and no auction was held but the former municipal commissioner has settled the matter in a closed room and left the government revenue.

Citizens and senior officials have called for departmental action against Iqbal Papluto for taking serious notice of serious corruption and contracts against the law, as well as immediate notice from the investigating agencies.

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FIA arrests suspect in forging Afghan documents


PESHAWAR: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) in an operation in Peshawar arrested a member of a group involved in forging Afghan documents.

According to Express News, the FIA ​​arrested an accused Saif Ali in Peshawar and recovered fake Afghan visas, seals and other fake government documents from his possession.
FIA officials say the suspect set up a private printing press to forge documents. The suspect belongs to a group that forged Afghan documents. A case has been registered against the accused and investigation has been started.