Buzdar approaches court docket after Punjab govt gives ‘faulty’ autos

Former Punjab chief minister Usman Buzdar speaks to journalists in Faisalabad, on October 26, 2021. — APP

LAHORE: Approaching the Lahore Excessive Courtroom (LHC) as soon as once more, ex-Punjab chief minister Usman Buzdar complained that the province’s authorities has allotted him “malfunctioning and faulty” autos.

“…the autos which have been supplied to the applicant (Buzdar) are malfunctioning and are additionally faulty,” the ex-chief minister’s lawyer mentioned Friday in a petition filed on his behalf after the case was shifted from the court docket’s Multan bench to Lahore.

The petition learn that the employees members haven’t been supplied or hooked up with Buzdar and it’s crucial to “spotlight that the law enforcement officials which have been supplied to him should not fulfilling their duties in an environment friendly and well-organised method”.

It additional said that as stipulated within the Part 21-A of the Punjab Ministers (Salaries, Allowances and privileges) Act, 1975, Buzdar is entitled to particular perks and privileges together with the supply of employees members, law enforcement officials, autos, and so on.

“…different services when it comes to the aforementioned provisions haven’t been supplied to the applicant, therefore, this immediate utility earlier than this Honorable Courtroom,” the petition learn.

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