LAHORE – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Aleem Khan has been summoned by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in a case related to owing assets beyond the known source of income.
The anti-corruption watchdog’s Lahore’s office has summoned the PTI’s potential candidate for the slot of chief minister Punjab on August 8.
Aleem Khan’s properties in the United States and United Kingdom are also being investigated. The PTI’s elected lawmaker has twice appeared before the probe body in relation to the ongoing investigation.
Earlier it emerged in nomination papers submitted to Election commission of Pakistan (ECP) that Aleem Khan owned assets worth over Rs918 million.
According to Khan’s nomination papers submitted for the recently held elections, the PTI central Punjab president and former MPA holds total assets worth Rs918,278,855.
Khan’s personal property is valued at more than Rs159 million while his ownership of shares is said to be worth more than Rs129.3 million.