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Imran claims man who confessed to ‘corruption’ in Multan Metro missing

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan claimed on Sunday Faisal Subhan, who confessed to alleged financial irregularities in Multan Metro bus project, has disappeared and demanded an inquiry into his disappearance.

In a statement on his official twitter account, the PTI chief said: “Shahbaz Sharif’s Panama moment has come as Faisal Subhan, CEO of shell co, Capital Construction, confessed to Chinese regulatory authority investigating corruption in Multan Metro project that SS & family were paid hefty kickbacks in their overseas accounts from this project.”

“After this confession, Subhan has disappeared and we demand an inquiry into his disappearance. Also, since the senior PAS bureaucracy is compromised, the SC must now ensure that contracts for all the Punjab & federal Metro projects plus Orange Train be made public,” he added.

“It is unacceptable that such mega public money projects remain covert and evade all transparency and accountability.”

According to reports, Subhan, director of Capital Construction and Engineering Ltd, in a statement given to the Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) claimed that his company was actually owned and controlled by the Sharif family that also had control over Habib Rafiq Limited – the main contractor of the Multan Metro project.

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