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   August 20, 2015



DFO Chitral Gulzar-ur-Rehman, Prince Khalid Pervez Member District Council  and 03 others arrested by NAB

Chitral Times Report

PESHAWAR: NAB Khyber Pakhtunkhwa today arrested Gulzar-ur-Rehman, the then Divisional Forest Officer Chitral presently working as Assistant Professor Forest College Peshawar, Prince Khalid Pervez, Member District Council Chitral, Noor Shahideen , Rehmat Karim , Malak Shaye . They are allegedly involved in Embezzlment of 76 million rupees by depriving the genuine concessionists of their due right of Forest Royalty in connivance with each other.

On the complaint of poor concessionists of locality from Chitral, NAB KP initiated inquiry, in which it was revealed, that
as per policy of Forest Department /Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Forest Royalty shall be distributed amongst the
concessionists of the locality equally through Joint forest Management Committee, nevertheless Noor Shahideen (Private
Person) made a fake Joint Forest Management Committee (JFMC) and fraudulently made himself Chairman of the committee through the active connivance of other accused persons. The accused persons later on diverted and embezzled an amount of Rs. 76.00 Million through complex banking transactions and pocketed the same.

NAB Khyber Pakhtunkhwa actively perusing the case. The accused persons will be produced before Accountability Court
Peshawar for obtaining their physical remand.

Meanwhile a press release issued by APML Chitral stated that the Provincial government needs to recheck its protocols and the extent to which its allies are influencing the provincial departments. He said that an ally of the provincial government a famous  party was angry because of his popularity and his efforts for unifying all political forces in Chitral for establishing an inclusive district government. They have requested the honorable NAB KPK to probe the illegal smuggling of Arandu Gol Forest whose wood is being allegedly sold in Afghanistan via Bajaur.


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