ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Friday ruled the disbanding of a one-man commission headed by former police official Dr Shoaib Suddle, Express News reported Friday. The commission had been constituted to probe graft allegations against the son of the Chief Justice of Pakistan.
The court also issued directives to make the third report public.
Former chairman of Bahria Town, Malik Riaz, had strongly criticised the one-man inquiry commission constituted to probe graft allegations against the son of the Chief Justice of Pakistan.
Riaz said that he had submitted receipts of Arsalan Iftikhar’s expenses in the Supreme Court on June 6, 2012. But the Supreme Court did not conduct any investigation then.
The business tycoon had alleged that Arsalan lived in a Portman Square penthouse which costs Rs7 million a month in addition to enjoying services of the best hotels in London. Riaz said that receipts and proofs of these expenses have been submitted to the Supreme Court, but no action was taken on them either.