Fact-finding committee formed to investigate Ajmal Wazir audio tape

Inquiry Commission begins probe into corruption allegations against Ajmal Wazir

PESHAWAR: A three-member fact-finding committee has been formed to probe the alleged audio tape of former information adviser of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government Ajmal Wazir.
The three-member committee will decide whether to refer the case to Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) or anti-corruption. After approval in the cabinet meeting, the committee will formally begin its investigation.
The fact-finding committee, headed by Sahibzada Saeed Ahmed and including a retired judge and a retired Grade 20 police officer has been set up by KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan.
Meanwhile, the Information Department’s preliminary report on Ajmal Wazir’s dismissal says that the advertisement was given to the agency in accordance with government procedure, law and policy.
The report said that seven agencies expressed interest in getting the advertisement but the decision to award the advertisement was taken unanimously. The steering committee had two meetings chaired by Health Minister Taimur Khan Jhagra. The meeting was also attended by the Provincial Health Secretary, Information Secretary and DG Information.


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