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Ex-minister accused of land grab

Business

May 20, 2008

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PESHAWAR: An aged resident of Swabi district, Gul Mast Khan, has appealed to the prime minister, NWFP governor and heads of various intelligence agencies to help him recover his plot, allegedly occupied by former NWFP minister for education, Fazal Ali Haqqani.

Khanzada Iftikhar, a social worker, spoke for the aggrieved Gul Mast Khan at a press conference here Monday and accused Fazl Ali of victimising Gul Mast, the resident of Zarobi, Swabi. “Fazal Ali did not like the social work of Gul Mast and had always been in search of opportunity to erect problems for him,” alleged the social worker. He said Gul had purchased the plot of land from Javed Hameed and had paid the amount through bank account No-1641 on January 8, 2008 but Fazl Ali allegedly occupied the plot forcibly and damaged its boundary walls. Khanzada accused the SHO Swabi of not only harassing the poor man on the alleged directives of the former minister, but also having confiscated the motorcar of Gul Mast.

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