Balochistan’s former Chief Minister (CM) Dr Abdul Malik Baloch while addressing the Balochistan Assembly on Saturday presented himself for accountability after Balochistan’s Finance Secretary Mushtaq Raisani was found involved in large-scale corruption by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB)
Referring to towards Raisani, Dr Abdul Malik stated that while serving as the Chief Minister of the province he remained unaware of large-scale corruption being carried out during his rule; in this regards, he decided to present himself for accountability.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) leader and Opposition Leader in the AssemblyMaulana Wasay demanded that Dr Malik and his team should resign. Pakhtunkhwa National Awami Party (NAP) leader Liaquat Agha accused that every minister in the former government owned a flat in London.
Balochistan Finance Advisor Mir Khalid Lango admitted that he proved to be vulnerable in regards to his designation, adding that he shall remain alienated from his post as long as investigation of the Raisani corruption case concludes.
Member of the Assembly Zmarak Khan Achakzai criticised the government, inquiring that “what happened to the slogans being raised by some to make Balochistan corruption-free?” He said that we shall have to wait to see how much more money gets recovered.