An alleged corruption scandal involving two former deputy commissioners, key players in the Matiari Motorway scandal, has been uncovered.
Funds were allocated to assist flood victims to various deputy commissioners.
According to a special audit report obtained by Geo News, corruption within the flood victims’ fund has been uncovered.
A shocking revelation has emerged as the special audit report of the Auditor General of Pakistan exposes the alleged corruption of crores in the flood victims’ fund.
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Former DCs of Matiari and Nowshahro Feroze, Adnan Rashid, and Tashfeen Alam are accused of illegally withdrawing 4.5 crore rupees and 3.5 crore rupees from the fund through open cheques.
Rashid has already been arrested concerning the Motorway corruption scandal, while Alam is currently absconding. The victims’ fund was meant to provide relief to those affected by the floods in Sindh, but instead, it fell prey to corruption.