Several Sindh govt vehicles under use of former ministers, officials
KARACHI: Scores of Sindh government-owned luxury vehicles being used by those not entitled to keep a government car, ARY News reported on Friday.
According to reports, around 26 pricey government vehicles being used by former provincial ministers, advisers and other officials not entitled to keep them.
Former Sindh minister Sharjeel Memon, who is presently in jail, also holding a government vehicle out of the way, sources said.
Former assembly members and senators affiliated with Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) also enjoying the perk they are not entitled for.
Those holding government vehicles illegally also included former provincial advisers and special assistants Arshad Mughal, Taimur Sial and Imtiaz Mallah.
Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah have ordered the concerned former officials repeatedly for return of the government cars but failed to get back these vehicles.
Earlier, Sindh Chief Secretary had issued orders for return of luxury and bullet proof government vehicles in three days but not a single person heed the order and returned vehicles despite ultimatum.
Recently an audit report of the Auditor General also revealed that 56 vehicles of the provincial government were allocated to persons not eligible to keep these cars.