PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ehtesab Commission has decided to launch an inquiry into corruption allegations against MNA Ayesha Gulalai, who accused PTI chairman Imran Khan of sending her indecent text messages, ARY News reported.
Sources privy to this development said the commission will conduct an inquiry into the allegations of receiving kickbacks and financial wrongdoings against the woman lawmaker.
Ayesha Gulalai Wazir, a PTI member of the lower house of the parliament, who announced to leave the party in a press conference on Tuesday accused her party chairman Imran Khan and his cronies of sending inappropriate and explicit text messages to female members.
A day before, Gulalai’s personal assistant Noor Zaman alleged that the woman lawmaker embezzled Rs7.2 million in development projects, including construction of Bannu link Road and Sada Khel Road.
He claimed that Gulalai also misappropriated the funds reserved for construction of road from Lakki Marwat to Tari Khel and solar tube well. He added she used the embezzled amount on construction of her 4.5 kanal house in Bannu.
Gulalai, MNA of from South Waziristan, accused Imran of sending lewd text messages. She had also alleged that the ‘honour of women is not safe’ in the party.
Gulalai categorically rejected the PTI claims that she demanded party ticket to contest elections from Peshawar’s national seat NA-1, and said that there were several other reasons which led her to the decision to leave PTI, one of which was indecent messages from Imran Khan and his cronies.
In an exclusive interview with Kashif Abbasi on ARY News TV, Gulalai said the media reports with regard to her marriage proposal to Imran Khan are untrue. “Can I offer him marriage? He is years older than me. I condemn this allegation and want to know what is the source or proof of this news?” asked Gulalai while talking to Kashif Abbasi.